Computer teacher: 5 books that could improve your teaching

12/2/2010 | Edutopia.org

Elementary-school computer teacher Mary Beth Hertz lists five books that have influenced her teaching, including "Digital Tools for Teaching" by Steve Johnson that offers suggestions on incorporating digital tools into the classroom. Hertz also suggests educators read "Never Work Harder Than Your Students" by Robyn Jackson to help students take ownership of their learning. She recommends "Checking for Understanding," written by Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey that offers a guide for ensuring that students understand lessons.

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