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“What does this technology do? What is the end goal of bringing it into the classroom? How does it compare or tie into your existing classroom environment, curriculum, and academic goals?”
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“What does this technology do? What is the end goal of bringing it into the classroom? How does it compare or tie into your existing classroom environment, curriculum, and academic goals?”
—Mary Beth Hertz

“Teachers need to understand how to build global learning networks for themselves and support their students in doing the same.”
—Lisa Nielsen

“The challenge question is: How might we create and sustain a classroom environment where students have voice in their learning? Pick your best ideas and put them into action.”
—Donna Teuber

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Just because work is hands-on
does not mean it is minds-on.
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Many of us have not accepted thatmuch of what we value and believeabout teaching has already beenreplaced by technology.—Chad Evans

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If we want graduates who are critical thinkers and problem solvers, we have to create learning environments in which students get to practice those skills in meaningful, authentic ways.