- Prohibition can push teachers to discover new pedagogy and learning angles.
- Prohibition often is seen as a first step rather than the final option.
- In some cases, prohibition of certain edtech is necessary for student safety and network sustainability.
- Education does take longer but has greater buy-in.
- Prohibition is often promoted by teachers adverse to change or not sure how to!
- Once something is "banned", it is very hard to restore regardless of the evidence base.
- Education of the whole school community (teachers, students, families) is non-negotiable.
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