In this installment of One Idea With: Discovery Education Senior Vice President Scott Kinney interviews Rafranz Davis, an Instructional Technology Specialist at Texas’ Arlington Independent School District, member of the Discovery Educator Network, and author of the new book The Missing Voices in EdTech. Davis’ One Idea focuses on the importance of inclusiveness and diversity in technology powered learning initiatives. Watch the video below to learn more.Watch Now
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