Jun 28, 2016

Beyond The Absurd: Maximizing Technology in the Classroom - Lenovo Education

Imagine students in the United States learning side by side with students in Spain. Matt Miller, author of Ditch That Textbook, created this type of cultural exchange with a fellow teacher abroad. Their students met in groups using Skype to discuss predetermined topics they had studied in class. Next, the students wrote about their conversations …

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