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by Meg Ormiston

Download Creating a Digital-Rich Classroom: Teaching & Learning in a Web 2.0 World eBook
ISBN:
1935249878
Author:
Meg Ormiston
Category:
Internet & Social Media
Language:
English
Publisher:
Solution Tree; 60553rd edition (September 7, 2010)
Pages:
160 pages
EPUB book:
1303 kb
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1815 kb
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1745 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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798


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It shouldn’t surprise us that these students are bored and disconnected from learning

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Creating a Digital-Rich Classroom By Meg Ormiston It‟s a Web . World Today‟s Classroom Active Learning in the Classroom Technology to Support Teaching and Learning Developing a Digital-Rich Curriculum. World Today‟s Classroom Active Learning in the Classroom Technology to Support Teaching and Learning Developing a Digital-Rich Curriculum Must-Have Technology for the Ideal Classroom Web . Classroom: A Virtual Field Trip.

Meghan J Ormiston, Meg Ormiston. Outside of school, today's students are accustomed to a high level of interaction and collaboration-with one another and with technology. Inside school, we ask them to power down, assuming that we can help them achieve their fullest potential through traditional stand-and-deliver textbook-driven methods of teaching. It shouldn't surprise us that these students are bored and disconnected from learning. Instead of asking students to power down during class, power up your lesson plans with digital tools.

Technology in the 21 Century Classroom, Toronto: Leading Education’s Advocates Meg Ormiston, (2010), Creating a Digital-Rich Classroom – Teaching & learning in a Web . World, Bloomington: Solution Tree Press Mark Prensky, (2010), Teaching Digital Natives – Partnering. World, Bloomington: Solution Tree Press Mark Prensky, (2010), Teaching Digital Natives – Partnering for Real Learning, Thousand Oaks.

Honorable Mention Recipient--ForeWord Reviews 2010 Book of the Year Award


Outside of school, today's students are accustomed to a high level of interaction and collaboration with one another and with technology. Inside school, we ask them to power down, assuming that we can help them achieve their fullest potential through traditional stand-and-deliver textbook-driven methods of teaching. It shouldn't surprise us that these students are bored and disconnected from learning. Creating a Digital-Rich Classroom demonstrates how standards-aligned curricula can be enhanced with powerful technological resources to transform and enrich content and make it more accessible and relevant to students. The author stresses that technology by itself does not create an active-learning classroom. While Web 2.0 tools are very effective in increasing student participation and interest, the focus needs to be on creating lessons designed for engagement. The purpose of this book is to provide a research base and practical strategies to help teachers design and deliver lessons in which technology plays an integral role. If we want to engage students in solving real-world problems of today and tomorrow, we must use the technological tools that are shaping our world.

  • Jack
I was required to get this book for class and honestly even though it says it's an updated version, it's not. The lady references my space in several chapters as well as other outdated technologies. Teachers please do not use this text for class. Students if you have to use it, I'm sorry.
  • allegro
I am using this book for a master's level course I am teaching about technology in higher education in the spring. Lot's of great info and easy for non-tech people to comprehend.
  • Ielonere
Boring
  • roternow
The book has helped me a lot in my research. It is a very wonderful book and I recommend to teachers.
  • virus
I bought this book with the hope of learning about HOW to implement Web 2.0 technologies into my classroom. I even thought that with a 2011 copyright that it would be current and up-to-date. Unfortunately the book provides little concrete suggestions for implimentation. Instead it's the bane of teacher conferences everywhere: the seminar that preaches on why and not how. If you are trying to convince administrators or fellow teachers on the benifits of technology in the classroom, then this is your book. BUT if you want to know how? I wouldn't waste my money.
  • Gaeuney
my wife purchased this book because it was required by the grad class she is taking. she tells me it is a great book!
  • Braswyn
Interesting concept for this book. We KNOW why we need to incorporate technology into the classroom. Another reviewer stated that they wanted to know HOW. One solution: HOW - your school librarian is trained to incorporate technology into the classroom. If you don't have a trained (you know, Masters Degree in Library Information Science) then your students will lose out on the ease of including technology into the classroom. However, you could always go to the ALA site:
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