Pocket PC Computers: A Complete Resource for Classroom Teachers

Pocket PC Computers: A Complete Resource for Classroom Teachers

by Michael Curtis, Elliot Soloway, Cathleen Norris, Adam Wieczorek
     
 

Pocket PCs are coming on strong in schools and class rooms. They're inexpensive and media-ready, with excellent displays and comprehensive software options. Now you can make the best use of this technology option with a timely and complete overview from the University of Michigan's Center for Highly Interactive Computing in Education (Hi-CE). Teachers, technology…  See more details below

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Pocket PCs are coming on strong in schools and class rooms. They're inexpensive and media-ready, with excellent displays and comprehensive software options. Now you can make the best use of this technology option with a timely and complete overview from the University of Michigan's Center for Highly Interactive Computing in Education (Hi-CE). Teachers, technology coordinators, curriculum specialists, and other education leaders will find everything they need to know about setting up and managing a mobile classroom, choosing software and accessories, and building lesson plans with Pocket PC software. Included with the book is a CD-ROM of freeware developed by Hi-CE.

FEATURES
Step-by-step instructions for using Pocket PC applications to create and support standards-based curricula
Guidelines for using Pocket PCs as classroom management and administrative tools
Sample lesson plans modeling the use of the educational software bundled on the accompanying CD-ROM

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781564842091
Publisher:
International Society For Technology In Education (ISTE)
Publication date:
02/28/2004
Pages:
258
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.50(d)

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