How to help students maximize technology for learning

03/4/2014 | MiddleWeb

Integrating technology into lessons should be about helping students become effective as creators and consumers, suggest Jeremy Hyler, a middle-school language arts teacher, and Troy Hicks, associate professor of English at Central Michigan University. In this article, the pair write that technology no longer is optional and explain how they help students get the most learning from technology by creating relevant work and connecting with others. They also write about Schoology, a social media website created by teachers.

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