Mobile Sensor STEM & EdTech Research: Asking the Right Questions

Having been a high school physics, physical science, and engineering teacher myself, I recognize that adoption of new educational technology requires a significant expenditure of time and effort on behalf of both the teachers and the students. What people don't always want to admit is that, truthfully, it's not always worth it. Educators frequently experience a revolving door of new initiatives and new technology that isn't always in the best interests of the students. Educators should be skeptical! Sensors in science education, however, have been backed for years by research-based teaching methods. Do personal, mobile sensors merit the same scrutiny? There has been a strong emphasis in the

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