Presentation on theme: "iTouch Educational Technology’s Future Educational Technology is the selection, design, implementation and study of learning through the use, management."— Presentation transcript:
Body Language Outside of school, students are already creating these texts & making meaning from them. (Heron-Hruby, Hagood & Alvermann, 2008) Outside of school, students are already creating these texts & making meaning from them. (Heron-Hruby, Hagood & Alvermann, 2008)
Instead of “Being Literate”, we are each forever “Becoming Literate” (Leu & Kinzer, 2000)
Cyber-Savvy iPod Grant What impact will a professional development course on cybersafety, cybersecurity and cyberethics have on how teachers and students use technology? 1.Can a multiliteracies pedagogical approach raise standardized test scores? 2.Can the introduction of ubiquitous technology increase student technology skills? How? Which skills? 1.Can a multiliteracies pedagogical approach raise standardized test scores? 2.Can the introduction of ubiquitous technology increase student technology skills? How? Which skills?
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