You’ll take 2nd look at familiar teaching strategies.
And think about go-to technologies in unfamiliar ways.
Then you’ll try your hand at using them.
Come with your sleeves rolled up.
Have your Google account and materials within reach.
Douglas K. Hartman is a professor of technology, learning, and literacy with appointments in Teacher Education, Educational Psychology, and Educational Technology at Michigan State University. His research focuses on the use of technologies for human learning in a number of domains (e.g., school, community, work, sports). His areas of expertise are literacy education; social foundations of education; and teacher education, learning, and policy.
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