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The main focus of this text is on pedagogical goals and student learning first, and then on presenting technology as something that may help teachers and learners reach those goals. The emphasis in this text is essential for effective technology-enhanced teaching and learning. Each chapter includes a brief summary of research from educational technology, learning theory, and other areas to build a foundation for chapter examples and activities. In addition, this text integrates, both explicitly and implicitly, the learning of all students in every chapter. Not only does this support culturally responsive teaching but it emphasizes teacher responsiveness to all learners. This is a crucial aspect of learning and reflection for all teacher education students.
Table of Contents
|What Teachers Need To Know About Teaching With Technology|
|Understanding Classroom Learning and Technology Use|
|Overview of Learning and Technology|
|Students and Technology|
|Teachers and Technology|
|Guidelines for Using Educational Technology|
|Learning Activities Technologies for Supporting|
|Learning Assessment Technology-Supported Lesson|
|Supporting Student Learning With Technology|
|Supporting Student Content Learning|
|Overview of Content|
|Learning and Technology in K-12 Classrooms|
|The Technology-Supported Content|
|Learning Process Guidelines for Supporting|
|Student Technology-Enhanced Content|
|Learning Activities: Content Learning Assessing|
|Content Learning: Scoring Guides|
|Sample Lesson: Content Learning|
|Overview of Communication and Technology in K-12 Classrooms|
|The Technology-Supported Communication|
|Process Teachers and Technology-Supported|
|Communication Guidelines for Supporting|
|Communication with Technology|
|Learning Activities: Communication Tasks|
|Assessing Communication Tasks: Rubrics|
|Sample Lesson: Communication|
|Supporting Student Critical Thinking|
|Overview of Critical|
|Thinking and Technology in K-12 Classrooms|
|The Critical Thinking Process Guidelines for Supporting Student|
|Critical Thinking with Technology Critical|
|Technology-Supported Learning Activities: Critical Thinking|
|Assessing Critical Thinking With and Through Technology|
|Sample Lesson: Critical Thinking|
|Supporting Student Creativity|
|Overview of Creativity and Technology in K-12 Classrooms|
|The Creative Thinking Process|
|Guidelines for Supporting Student|
|Creativity with Technology|
|Creativity Technologies Learning Activities: Creativity Assessing|
|Learner Creativity From the Classroom: Technology and Assessment|
|Sample Lesson: Creativity|
|Overview of Technology-Supported Problem-Solving in K-12 Classrooms|
|The Problem-Solving Process|
|Guidelines for Technology-Supported Problem-Solving|
|Problem-Solving and Inquiry Technologies|
|Learning Activities: Problem-Solving and Inquiry Assessing Learner|
|Problem-Solving and Inquiry|
|Sample Lesson: Problem-Solving|
|Supporting Student Production|
|Overview of Technology-Supported Production in K-12 Classrooms|
|The Production Process|
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