The Classroom Teacher’s Technology Survival Guide

Thinking Long-Term

  • Changes in technology may make it seem like you are running as fast as you can just to stay in the same place. Be sure to define a problem before you select the tool(s) to use. When learning, try to focus on one thing at a time. Look to revise lessons that students don’t find engaging. Ideally, your library media specialist will be a good source for ideas and professional development. Doug finishes this chapter with a ten-step guide to conducting a successful technology workshop. They include: limiting the topic; less talk, more action; time for participants to practice, apply, and reflect; summarize the session; and be upbeat and conversational.
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