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In Teaching in the Digital Age, Second Edition, Kristen Nelson illustrates how teaching and learning are strengthened when Web resources are integrated with brain-based instruction to meet students' individual learning needs. The author supplies the tools and framework for using Internet-based, brain-friendly activities to promote students' comprehension across content areas. This practical how-to book demonstrates how teachers can design their own projects to enhance information literacy while deepening students' understanding of critical concepts and skills. Offering an updated list of Web sites, the second edition assists educators with: *Internet assignments to develop skills in interpersonal exchange, information gathering and analysis, and problem solving *Standards-based lesson plans that build on student strengths *Assessment rubrics to identify learning needs This text is an invaluable handbook that combines educational theory, instructional practice, digital literacy, and current brain-based research to encourage student engagement and increase achievement for all learners.