How can high-tech concepts be used in low-tech schools?

09/12/2011 | KQED.org

Writer and language arts teacher Sara Porto Nolan suggests five ideas for incorporating high-tech concepts into classrooms that are lacking in technology. Students can create a written reading log using Facebook as a template or create a physical search engine from a reference library. Nolan also suggests an exercise designed to encourage writing by allowing students to use text talk to give a quick written response to a prompt by the teacher.

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