Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works
ASCD, 2007 - Technology & Engineering - 242 pages
One of the most effective ways to implement the research-based instructional strategies from Classroom Instruction That Works is to use them with educational technologies, such as word processing and spreadsheet applications, multimedia, data collection tools, communication software, and the Internet. This book shows you how and gives you hundreds of lesson-planning ideas and strategies for every grade level and subject. Discover new educational tools that support research-based instruction, and learn ways to use technologies you already know to * Create and use advance organizers and nonlinguistic representations * Help students take notes, summarize content, and make comparisons * Engage students in cooperative learning * Help students generate and test hypotheses * Support students in practicing new skills and doing homework * Reinforce students? efforts through formative assessment and feedback Getting this guide ensures you always know when to use educational technologies, which ones are best for a learning task, and how they help students use new learning strategies.
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Very practical tool - I like the approach of leading with successful instructional techniques and then explaining, with very specific examples, how modern technology tools can aid in those techniques ... Read full review
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This is the kind of book I like reading for educational purposes. Lots of great ideas and web sites to use. Read full review
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Which Strategies Will Help Students Acquire
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Homework and Practice
Generating and Testing Hypotheses