Using Technology in the Classroom, Volume 1

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Pearson/Allyn & Bacon, 2005 - Computers - 345 pages
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"Using Technology in the Classroom" highlights the essential topics related to using technology in education, as outlined in the new ISTE standards. Thoroughly revised and updated, this text incorporates the most current information on the use of technology in the classroom. This edition includes online educational resources, the latest in educational software, electronic communication, information on creating Web-based instruction, emerging technology, as well as how to utilize each of these elements to implement a technology-based curriculum. Educational website addresses, screen captures, Internet activities, resources, and applications all provide clear and comprehensive information to equip students with the basic tools needed for understanding and integrating technology into education.

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Contents

What Is of Such Intrinsic Value?
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NETS Profiles of TechnologyLiterate PreK12 Students
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No Child Left Behind NCLB
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Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Gary Bitter is a professor of Educational Technology at Arizona State University and Executive Director of Technology Based Learning & Research (TBLR).

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