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Educational Leadership Volume 63, Number 4, ISSN 0013-1784


See how several educators are exploring the potential of technology in their classrooms. Citing several Web sites that provide and catalog primary source documents, two teachers show how classrooms can use digitized documents as historians and scholars do. An English teacher in Israel uses technology to engage students as foreign ambassadors. One educator shows how teachers, in spite of limited and outdated resources, can use computers to meet their diverse students' personal and cultural needs. Two professors provide insights into the GenYes program, in which students serve as technology mentors to teachers.


Allen, S.M., Dutt-Doner, K.M., Eini, K., Frederick, R., Chuang, H.H. & Thompson, A. (2006). Four Takes on Technology. Educational Leadership, 63(4), 66-67. Retrieved September 21, 2018 from .

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