How technology projects can be used to change the world

05/26/2011 | Edutopia.org

This year's U.S. finals of the Microsoft-sponsored Imagine Cup highlights how students can be taught to use technology to help solve real-world problems, from ensuring environmental sustainability to equal access to education for all students. Education writer Suzie Boss relates some insights from the projects' creators that can help teachers devise valuable project-based lessons that both incorporate technology and present meaningful challenges for students.

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