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New Uses of Technology in Schools (Oregon English Journal, Spring 2011)

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Editor(s): Ulrich H. Hardt

In this issue of OEJ, teachers tell how they adjust their teaching to today’s media-rich society, how they capitalize on students’ interests in modern media advances, and how they harness the power of social networks for teaching and learning.

Level(s): College, Elementary, Middle, Secondary

ISBN/ISSN: 1934-5674

Stock No.: 33444

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In this issue of OEJ, teachers tell how they adjust their teaching to today’s media-rich society, how they capitalize on students’ interests in modern media advances, and how they harness the power of social networks for teaching and learning.

Authors are elementary, middle, high school, and college teachers and librarians who describe their failures and successes. They invite technophobes and techno-novices, as well as more experienced users, to experiment with a wide range of technology.

Featuring easy-to-follow apps and lessons for teaching reading and writing, lit and crit, this issue offers many ideas for successfully integrating technology into the curriculum to make it meaningful for students.

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