What knowledge, skills and attitudes do you want the learners to achieve? In fact, technology should not drive learning but rather the set learning outcomes.
Age of learners
the technology tools to be used should consider learner development stage and their readiness to use it
Access to technology
What technology is available for use in the teaching and learning process
Does the technology chosen allow the learners to learn collaboratively on their own and can they be able to use it without depending on the teacher
Creativity and innovation
does the technology arouse creativity and innovation in the learners? Can the learners suggest other ways in which they can use the technology?
Safety of learners
This should be a paramount importance especially when learners are expected to use online tools and resources
How the teacher use the technology with confidence as he facilitates learning
Assessment of learning
What assessment tools will be used to find out whether has taken place?
technology instructional design should be accessible to all learners including those with special needs.
Approaches Used to Support Technology Use in Learning
Problem-based learning (PBL);
Use technology to create conditions that are similar to real-life and encourage the learner to gain new knowledge and skills through repeated practice and solving authentic problems
Inquiry-based learning (IBL)
Encourages the learner to actively explore the material, ask questions, and discuss possible solutions modelling the real-life process of examining issues and systematically looking for answers.
Project-based learning (PBL)
engages learners in authentic and complex projects, often developing a tangible product, enabling learners to actively explore real-world problems and gain deeper knowledge and skills