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Using Technology to Support High-Impact Educational Practice

by Karen S. Ivers

<p>As technology becomes more advanced and accessible, it gives rise to new delivery methods of instruction and learning. High Impact Educational Practices including collaboration, diversity, global learning, service- and project-based learning,

ISBN: 9781440867026

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Using Ubuntu MATE and Its Applications

by Larry Bushey

<p>This book is written for computer users who want a reference detailed enough to help them to learn about Ubuntu MATE and its applications and to build their confidence and competence in using them to get things done. It is written from the ...

ISBN: 9781370995738

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Using Video to Assess Teaching Performance

A Resource Guide for edTPA

by Carrie Eunyoung Hong & Irene Van Riper

<p>Recent performance-based teacher assessments have challenged teacher educators to rethink the ways that candidates are prepared in education programs. edTPA (formerly the Teacher Performance Assessment) requires teacher candidates to ...

ISBN: 9781475832204

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VeriSM -Unwrapped and Applied

by Doug Tedder, Michelle Major-Goldsmith & Simon Dorst

<p>This pocket guide will introduce you to VeriSM key concepts and the VeriSM model and help you to understand how they can apply in your organization. VeriSM is an approach that offers value-driven, evolving, responsive, and integrated service ...

ISBN: 9789401803045

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Virtual Mentoring for K–12 Literacy Instruction

by Paula Saine

<p>There is no research-based text that provides a model for teaching and learning in a virtual environment with literacy learners. Therefore, this book will focus on preparing challenging students to be successful independent learners for the ...

ISBN: 9781475832273

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What's Worth Teaching?

Rethinking Curriculum in the Age of Technology

by Allan Collins

<p>This important contribution to the future of education, by bestselling author and renowned cognitive scientist Allan Collins, proposes a school curriculum that will fit the needs of our modern era. Offering guidelines for deciding what is ...

ISBN: 9780807775660

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Who Is More Intelligent? A Person or a Computer?

SHORT STORY # 17. Nonfiction series #1- # 60

by Alla P. Gakuba

<p>It is a common knowledge that computers improved the quality of peoples life. Computers are one type of technology that contributed to total technological progress in the 2nd part of the 20th century. Technological progress even increased the

ISBN: 9781943131471

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Wiki Works

Teaching Web Research and Digital Literacy in History and Humanities Classrooms

by Allison Malinowski & Robert Maloy

<p>Wiki Works in the History and Humanities Classroom shows how teachers and students—working together as learning partners—can use interactive wiki technologies to transform the teaching of history and humanities topics through web-based ...

ISBN: 9781475832426

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Young Adult Literature and the Digital World

Textual Engagement through Visual Literacy

by Jennifer S. Dail, Shelbie Witte & Steven T. Bickmore

<p>This book considers the practical intersection between digital media and young adult texts. In these books, teachers and teacher educators offer practical examples for engaging students with crafting critical responses to young adult ...

ISBN: 9781475840841

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