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Next-Level Digital Tools and Teaching: Solving Six Major Instructional Challenges, K–12

Author: Rachel Karchmer-Klein
Author: Lauren Boulden
Author: Maureen McDonald
Date: March 2022
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Abstract: What we have learned from the many challenges of online teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic is the focus of this authoritative resource. Featuring teachers’ experiences and classroom examples, the authors examine what’s needed and what works in order to help educators improve current models of technology-integrated instruction in their schools and districts. With a focus on digital tools and planning for any setting, the text provides ready-to-use help for designing technology-integrated lessons, building and managing community, selecting the best digital tools for particular tasks, increasing student engagement, and differentiating instruction. The text also includes a final chapter that looks at how leaders can support schoolwide coordination and infrastructure. Action items at the end of each chapter address the specific needs of individuals, teams, and schools to help them shift from reflection to actual implementation, encouraging collaboration and accountability. Next-Level Digital Tools and Teaching is applicable to teaching and learning in face-to-face, online, or hybrid K–12 classroom settings.
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Publisher: Teachers College Press
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ISBN: 9780807766545
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Number of Pages: 144