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Using technology with classroom instruction that works, 2d ed.


Using technology with classroom instruction that works, 2d ed.

Pitler, Howard et al.

Assn/Supervision & Curric. Dev.


245 pages



This text was designed for educators, providing a myriad of technological resources, so they can equip their students with the tools to connect and share with the world online. Educators learn how to explore and create learning tools using technological resources such as creating graphic organizers using Webspiration, creating Venn diagrams using Inspiration, using instructional interactives, such as the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives, exploring a graph of the earth's fault lines created in Microsoft Excel, creating a KWL chart in Google Docs; and making use of communication and collaboration software, such as audio recording, instant messaging and videoconferencing. This book is a valuable resource that includes additional ways to make the most of technology in the classroom and beyond. Includes many links to educational resources.

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