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Jul 28 2013 - 08:00 PM
Integrating Technology into the Classroom the Smart Way

Integrating technology into the classroom in an effective manner can enhance engagement by connecting students to a global audience, enabling them to become content creators, and helping them learn to work well in a collaborative way. While this sounds great, the question is how? This Edutopia-sponsored video showcases examples of students from a California high school using technology in (and out of) school to enhance learning. Among other ways, the video showcases a student editing a video to create narratives and a teacher describing projects in which students write and edit songs to express thoughts and learning, as well as capture snapshots of important learning moments.

Have you incorporated technology in the classroom in a compelling and effective manner? Let the world know about it on Vialogues.

@01:06 Glamorgan: I think it is really cool how she is using digital tools for personal narratives. It is like the modern day toy box, and these new toys are a great way to encourage reflection on person experience which can enhance learning

@01:30 elisa.brazil: Kids today can "use podcasts, video and other digital tools to express their thoughts and to express their learning". I love this idea of expressing their learning, because this serves as a reflective process that can enhance the learning experience.

@01:46 Glamorgan: "When you create it changes the learning experiences." I think this is so true. It is the ultimate form of engaged learning, particularly when compared to traditional lectures or being told how to do something.

|By: Laura Scheiber|890 Reads