Using technology for instructional, practical purposes

02/25/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Technology can have instructional and practical benefits in the classroom, suggests Scott Steinberg, a speaker and author who shares seven such uses in this blog post. He recommends using an application to track students' attendance and behavior, using digital tools to foster collaboration, recoding lectures and notes and establishing digital ways to communicate with families. Other suggestions include using electronic books and focusing on technology as a tool used to reach goals.

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