An easy-to-use guide to implementing the most exciting technologies to energize any classroom, High-Tech Teaching Success! A Step-by-Step Guide to Using Innovative Technology in Your Classroom gives classroom teachers exactly what they're looking for: advice from technology education experts on how the latest tools and software can be implemented into lesson plans to create differentiated, exciting curriculum for all learners.
Focused on implementing technology in the four core areas of learning-math, science, language arts, and social studies-this book covers topics like podcasting, blogging and digital diaries, building Web sites and Wikis, creating Web Quests, using Google Earth, using online programs like YouTube and social networking sites to connect to other classrooms, creating videos, and more.
Geared for teachers in grades 4–8, this essential book offers practical tools, tips for implementation, step-by-step instructions, and handy screen shots to give educators everything they need to create interesting, technology-based learning experiences in their classrooms.
- Features lessons developed by top educators covering Google Earth, YouTube, wikis, WebQuests, and much more
- Includes screen shots and easy-to-follow directions for using each technology tool
- Suggests innovative ways of implementing tools like website design, podcasts, social networking, and blogging
- Gives teachers an overview and advice on implementing the latest exciting technology tools
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Kevin D. Besnoy, PhD, is an assistant professor of elementary, middle, and gifted education at Northern Kentucky University. Lane W. Clarke, PhD, currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses at Northern Kentucky University. Together, these technology educators are conducting a pilot study on enhancing reading comprehension for middle school students using Palm Pilots.
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About the Author
Lane W. Clarke, PhD, currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses at Northern Kentucky University. Along with Kevin D. Besnoy, PhD, these technology educators are conducting a pilot study on enhancing reading comprehension for middle school students using Palm Pilots.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction 2
Technology and the Evolving Classroom Lane W. Clarke Kevin D. Besnoy
Chapter 2 It All Adds Up! 20
Using Technology in the Math Classroom Jesse Lubinsky
Chapter 3 Integrating Technology into Science Instruction 70
Science Learning, Literacy, and the Development of 21st-Century Digital Literacy Shiang-Kwei Wang Hui-Yin Hsu Todd Campbell
Chapter 4 Multiliteracies in Action 120
Integrating Technology into the Literacy Classroom Grace Enriquez Stephanie A. Schmier
Chapter 5 Tradition and Innovation 178
The Intersections of Technology in the Social Studies Elizabeth K. Wilson Vivian H. Wright Chris Inman
Chapter 6 Conclusion 226
Why Teach With Technology? Kevin D. Besnoy Lane W. Clarke John Thieken Tirupalavanam G. Ganesh
About The Editors 241
About The Authors 243