Building on the bestselling Learning First, Technology Second , this book helps teachers choose technology tools and instructional strategies based on an understanding of how students learn.
After observing teachers and students interact with technology over many years, Liz Kolb began to While students’ attention levels are high when they use digital devices, how can we move them to an equally high level of commitment to their learning tasks? Her extensive research into this question led to the development of the Triple E Framework, in which the learning goal—not the tool—is the most important element of a given lesson.
With this understanding, this book extends the ideas from Learning First, Technology Second , For Learning First, Technology Second readers, this book builds on their knowledge, providing new research, scenarios, cases and ideas for using technology in education. For readers new to the framework, this book provides all of the essential research and tools mentioned above, along with an overview of the framework, so they can apply what they learn without missing a beat.
K-16 educators, instructional designers, technology coaches, district leaders