Teaching with technology in a single-computer classroom

Teacher Jennifer L. Barnett shares several ways in which educators can do a lot with limited classroom technology. She recommends several teaching methods that could be adapted in a single-computer classroom, such as the "pass it on" buddy method, in which students write their ideas on paper and teach each other to compile the digital product. She also suggests a group-consensus method, where students work in groups and designate one person to prepare the digital report, and the rotating-scribe method, in which one student digitally takes down the day's lesson.

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