Slate has wonderful article about a professors choice to use (or not to use) technology in learning.
The article resonates with me on many levels. As I reflect on the SAMR model of technology use and learning, I see many cases where technology use really doesn’t benefit student learning. And I believe this question, does this use of technology benefit student learning must be central in our thinking to use it. I’ve also seen technology use that fantastically improves on the way students learn – but this has more to do with instructional design rather than the actual blinking thing.