The best examples of this are seen where teachers routinely and transparently embed technology in all aspects of the curriculum to deepen and enhance the learning process. Technology can help to make teaching and learning more meaningful and engaging.
Successful use of technology also ensures that students know when (and when not) to use it, and that they have access to a variety of tools to support and build deeper understanding. The learning experiences of children should not always be open to intrusion by technology. Sometimes learners just need to be able to dwell on a difficult or intransigent problem without relying on internet answers.
Current examples of technology used effectively in the classroom include SeeSaw, Managebac, TurnItIn and Moodle. Some of these tools can be harnessed to deliver a flipped learning platform and also to provide opportunities for feedback.