Teaching with Tablets
Handheld technologies present new challenges to teachers and trainee teachers. As more and more primary schools acquire devices such as iPads and tablets, it is becoming clear that adding them as a classroom resource is not enough. Teachers and trainees need strategies to integrate these into existing learning contexts in a meaningful way. Without this, these fantastic resources lose their value. This book develops the skills of teachers and trainee teachers by offering clear guidance on how to use tablets to devise meaningful learning activities and embed them in genuine curriculum contexts, drawing upon case studies from existing practice. It is written for non-specialists and explains technical terms in an accessible, practical way. Each chapter begins with a case study contributed by a teacher using tablets in schools. Real life examples and comment like this give the text a truly practical focus. The book focuses on 5 themes: combining media visible learning personalised learning any place learning the computing curriculum
- प्रतिलिपि अधिकार:
- 2015 Yasemin Allsop, David Andrews, James Bird, Helen Caldwell, Chris Dyer, Clare Fenwick and Sway Grantham
- Book Quality:
- SAGE Publications, Inc.
- Date of Addition:
- Education, Nonfiction,
- Usage Restrictions:
- This is a copyrighted book.
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