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In the 21st century classroom, the power of mobility has begun to play a significant role in the learning experiences of students. The digital devices students use so frequently and unconsciously can be harnessed as powerful tools for learning, creativity, and discovery. As part of the 21st Century Fluency series, a reverse co-publishing arrangement between Corwin and the 21st Century Fluency Project, this high school book shows how both teachers and students can get the most out of these technologies to cultivate 21st Century Fluencies while addressing curricular objectives in a creative,…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
In the 21st century classroom, the power of mobility has begun to play a significant role in the learning experiences of students. The digital devices students use so frequently and unconsciously can be harnessed as powerful tools for learning, creativity, and discovery. As part of the 21st Century Fluency series, a reverse co-publishing arrangement between Corwin and the 21st Century Fluency Project, this high school book shows how both teachers and students can get the most out of these technologies to cultivate 21st Century Fluencies while addressing curricular objectives in a creative, engaging, relevant, real-world environment. The text identifies 40 of the most effective apps for the iPad, iPod Touch, and iPhone for K-12 classrooms; shows how to use them for learning, teaching, and productivity; and provides examples of classroom use.
Autorenporträt
Harry Dickens is an Instructional Technology Consultant for several school districts in Arkansas and other states. Previously, he was the Technology Director for the Arkansas Public School Resource Center. Prior to his position at the center, Harry was a classroom teacher in Texarkana and El Dorado, Arkansas. He left the classroom to become the instructional technology director for the Texarkana School District. Harry teaches professional development classes on infusing technology into instruction throughout Arkansas, as well as at national conferences. He is a member of the core Technology Infused Education (TIE) team, a technology group of more than 100 instructional technology trainers in Arkansas. Harry is also a member of the Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership (TICAL), which is a cadre of administrators that contributes new technology resources and provides orientation and training sessions throughout the state. He is currently serving on the Arkansas State technology planning committee and is chairing the teaching and learning subcommittee. Harry believes that receiving education content extends beyond district or state boundaries. He also believes we must embrace mobile technologies as a teaching tool, as well as a delivery mechanism for relevant content for classrooms. Harry has a wife named Quita and two young sons, Harrison and Jordan.