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Guiding Learning With Technology

Guiding Learning With Technology - 08 edition

Guiding Learning With Technology - 08 edition

ISBN13: 9780471653882

ISBN10: 0471653888

Guiding Learning With Technology by Niess,Maggie, Kajder,Sara and Lee,John - ISBN 9780471653882
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 08
Copyright: 2008
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
International: No
Guiding Learning With Technology by Niess,Maggie, Kajder,Sara and Lee,John - ISBN 9780471653882

ISBN13: 9780471653882

ISBN10: 0471653888

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 08

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A must-have resource for teachers, this book supports the entire teacher preparation program. It is designed to help them guide students in learning with multiple information and communication technologies. The book will challenge their thinking in ways that stimulate interest, preparation, and continued learning. The focus is on preparing them to develop a strong integrated knowledge-base about the technology, about teaching content with technology, and about incorporating sound teaching and learning practices with technologies as integral learning tools.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Part I. Preparing Teachers to Guide Learning with Technology in the 21st Century.

1. Teaching in the 21st Century.
2. Technology Standards for Teachers.
3. Learning and Knowledge in the 21 Century.
4. Technology Standards for Students.

Part II. Connecting Technology With Learning.

5. Writing and Word Processing.
6. Spreadsheets.
7. The Internet and Databases.
8. Multimedia and Media Literacy.
9. Hypermedia and Web Authoring.
10. Responding to Emerging Technologies.

Part III. Connecting Technology with Teaching.

11. Models and Strategies for Technology-Infused Lessons.
12. Designing, Implementing, and Reflecting on Instruction with Technology.
13. Assessing Learning with Technology.

Part IV. Standards, References and More.

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