Meet Canada's 11 new Rhodes Scholars The Globe and Mail Direct integration of technology into the classroom to deliver information in a more visual and interactive format, so that students learn through their repeated interactions with the tool.
By Hallie Long. On November 1, 2013, Dyane Smokorowski came to Parker Hall to teach the students of Cohort 19 and Cohort 20, and staff about using technology in your classroom. She started off with a presentation.
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