Teaching in all settings encompasses student-centered approaches to learning.
Digital Divide Series
Based on a two-part series for PBS about the digital divide, it is possible to explore the issues of classrooms, gender, race and at-work through interaction, voices and links.
Handhelds in the Classroom
Four schools share their experiences with portable digital assistants, aka handhelds.
A presentation from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual meeting. Includes math projects which use Internet resources to obtain relevant data.
Middle Education Global Activities (MEGA)
MEGA provides K-12 teachers greater opportunities to improve their technology skills and focus on specific content areas in addition to interdisciplinary projects specific to the North Carolina Standard Course of Study.
Performance Assessment in Real Time
This article from "The School Administrator", addresses how to harness today's technology to support data driven instruction, specifically student assessment.
The Pedagogy of Technology Enhanced Learning Environments
The new maxim in the world of technology enhanced learning is that teachers must let curriculum drive technology, and should beware of letting technology drive curriculum. The goal in designing technology enhanced curriculum is to use tools that are appropriate to the needs of the learning experience.
Using Video in the Classroom
An article about the benefits and effective use of video in the classroom.
Teachers who use instructional video report that their students retain more information, understand concepts more rapidly and are more enthusiastic about what they are learning. With video as one component in a thoughtful lesson plan, students often make new connections between curriculum topics, and discover links between these topics and the world outside the classroom.