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Strategies for the Tech-Savvy Classroom

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Technology is opening doors for students of all ability levels�but especially for gifted kids. For teachers, the opportunities to integrate technology solutions into the classroom are virtually limitless. This exciting book features tools such as: classroom podcasts and blogs, wikis and WebQuests, telementoring, and Internet research strategies.
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Paperback, 208 pages
Published December 1st 2008 by Prufrock Press
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Sarah
Oct 01, 2011 rated it it was amazing
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This is a book I'm glad I discovered, however accidentally. I have a tendency to geek out about education and technology, and to be able to combine them: bliss! Diane writes from experience as an educator and as a mom, and she speaks to some concerns I think we all have when we face the onslaught of technology and the need to educate.

I came away with some great ideas for myself--and for my kids! I plan to apply some of her ideas and concepts to my religious education classroom and to my home.
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