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Adventures with Cell Phones
Educational Leadership Vol. 68, No. 5 (February 2011) pp. 39–43
Teachers are finding creative ways to turn the basic cell phone from a digital distraction into a versatile learning tool. In this article, the author explains why cell phones are important in learning and suggests rather than banning them that they ...
How to Design HyperDocs for Accessibility, UDL, and SEL in Blended Teaching and Learning Spaces
SITE Interactive Conference 2022 (Oct 05, 2022) pp. 74–78
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced both teacher preparation and K-12 instructors to move to emergency remote learning, most instructors did not have ample time to consider all the needs of their students in the quick re-design to online classrooms. ...
Topics: Beyond Emergency Remote Teaching: Supporting Learning and Engagement in Online and Blended Environments
Keynote: The Triple E Framework: Using Research-Based Strategies for Technology Integration
SITE 2020--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference Vol. 2020, No. 1 (2020)
The Triple E Framework was developed in 2011 by Dr. Liz Kolb at the University of Michigan. The Triple E Framework provides research-based guidance to preservice and inservice teachers when integrating technology into lesson design. The framework...