How to decide what technology to use in the classroom

04/6/2011 | Teacher Leaders Network

Educator Bill Ferriter offers a guide for teachers trying to decide what technology they should use in the classroom. Ferriter writes that he focuses first on the skills he wants students to learn, and then on what technology would be best-suited to the lesson. For lessons on information management, he introduces students to the Google Wonder Wheel and other online content. He also suggests tools for teaching about collaborative dialogue and persuasion.

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