Engaging students and enhancing learning outcomes with the help of Internet technologies and other instructional and education technologies and tools for teachers and the classroom. (EmergingEdTech. Ed Tech.
Why do we love our favorite stories? Do they need a beginning, middle and end, and a character who changes by the conclusion? Masters of storytelling explore new answers to age-old questions of the craft.
We have recently been publishing a series of articles on Google Docs. The purpose behind this series is to make teachers and educators aware of the potential of this free service. You can consult this link if you have missed the previous publications.
"The sad reality is that most schools still believe that they are “teaching with technology” because they have a computer lab where they teach students important skills like word processing and how to create Power Point presentations. This may have been a worthwhile skill to teach 15 years ago, but the fact that we haven’t adapted as technology has is a clear example of how slow schools are to respond to the changing needs of our students."
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