Integration of Technology into the Classroom

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Professors of education at American universities present research on the use of technology in classrooms around the nation. Topics include the use of e-mail to support emergent writers; Internet learning connections between second-graders and university teacher education electronic mentors; multicultural technology integration; and videoconferencing in the classroom. A final piece discusses how technology can enhance children's natural curiosity. Simultaneously co-published as , v.16, no.2 and v.16, nos. 3/4, 2000. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789010483
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 9/28/2000
  • Series: Computers in the Schools Monograph Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Integration of Technology into the Classroom: Case Studies 1
First Steps Toward a Statistically Generated Information Technology Integration Model 3
Case Studies: Are We Rejecting Rigor or Rediscovering Richness? 13
Electronic Expressions: Using E-Mail to Support Emergent Writers 17
Social and Academic Integration Using E-Mail Between Children With and Without Hearing Impairments 29
Internet Learning Connections Between Second-Graders and University Teacher Education Electronic Mentors 45
Integrating Standards-Based Education in a Telecommunications Project: A Case Study 59
Integrating Literacy and Tool-Based Technologies: Examining the Successes and Challenges 73
Stepping Stones for Linking, Learning, and Moving Toward Electronic Literacy: Integrating Emerging Technology in an Author Study Project 91
Computer Technology in an Authentic Science Project 109
Multicultural Technology Integration: The Winds of Change Amid the Sands of Time 121
Graphing Calculators: Critical Tools for Actively Teaching Math and Science 135
Actively Engaging Learners in Interdisciplinary Curriculum Through the Integration of Technology 151
Collecting and Manipulating Weather Data: Using Technology Tools in a First-Grade Classroom 167
Videoconferencing in the Classroom: Special Projects Toward Cultural Understanding 177
Teaching and Learning in World Wide Web-Connected Classrooms 187
Persistence and Motivation: A New Teacher's Path to Technology Infusion 197
Students and Support for Technology in the Elementary Classroom 213
HyperStudio for Grade-One Students: A Case Study 227
How Can Technology Enhance Children's Natural Curiosity? 237
Index 247
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