Teaching With the Tools Kids Really Use

Learning With Web and Mobile Technologies

Susan J. Brooks-Young,

Teaching With the Tools Kids Really Use: Learning With Web and Mobile Technologies
 
 

A foundational guide for integrating mobile technologies into your classroom!

 

Designed to help educators deliver relevant instruction through the use of 21st-century technologies, this resource examines available low-cost hardware, explores free Web 2.0 tools, and sheds light on the pros and cons of using mobile technologies for instructional support. Emphasizing the ethical use of technology, the book identifies:

  • Specific Web 2.0 options for supporting collaboration and communication in K–12 settings
  • Strategies for practical applications
  • A decision-making model for selecting appropriate mobile technologies and Web 2.0 tools for classroom use
  • Recommended books, Web sites, and online reports and articles for reference


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