Tips for using technology in project-based learning

12/13/2012 | Edutopia.org

Utilizing technology in project-based learning is about more than adding more tools, educational consultant Andrew Miller writes in this blog post. The idea is "about the intentional use of the tools available," writes Miller, who shares tips to help improve technology integration in classrooms that utilize project-based learning. Among his tips are to use Google, Skype or other tools to share students' work with "authentic" audience members, while technology also can be used to assess students' collaboration and to teach technology literacy.

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