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Integrating Technology

Integrating Technology by Education Librarian

Listed below are selected resources for teachers related to Integrating Technology.

Edtech for the K-12 classroom: ISTE readings on how, when and why to use technology, edited by Diana Fingal

Grades: K-12. This book is designed to help future teachers use technology effectively in their classrooms and schools, offering concrete lesson plans, reflections from other teachers and advice from edtech experts on how to empower learners using technology.

Learning supercharged: Digital age strategies and insights from the edtech frontier, by Lynne Schrum, with Sandi Sumerfield

Grades: K-12. This book looks at emerging approaches and tools, and incorporates professional educators’ stories of how and why they have implemented each trend, including information on challenges faced and overcome, how to get started and other resources to explore.

Lesson plans for creating media-rich classrooms, edited by Mary T. Christel and Scott Sullivan

Grades: K-12. This book contains twenty-seven lesson plans designed to help teachers integrate media literacy concepts, and skills into the curriculum, each with a rationale, activity, and assessment and adaptation suggestions, covering photography, multimedia, video, print, graphic novels, music, video games, and advertising.


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