How technology can help students learn essential skills

09/18/2011 | KQED.org

Technology can help students learn essential skills, such as how to read, write, communicate and be resourceful, suggests writer Tina Barseghian. She says video and audio technology can help improve reading, and sites such as GoogleDocs allow for more collaboration in writing exercises. She also asserts that social-networking sites can help students learn to communicate and that video games can teach valuable lessons in resourcefulness.

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