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  • Pam Parsons

Going Public with Student Work

Center for Teaching Quality

Teachers are using technology to not only find resources for their instruction but also to highlight the resources in front of them every day--their students. By using blogs, wikis, and digital publishing, teachers are making their classroom walls transparent and connecting their students with authentic audiences. This Philadelphia teacher shares three powerful examples of students and teachers using technology to connect with a digital community.

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  • Center for Teaching Quality

    Pam--wow, that's quite a dispirit future! Aren't people already on the caveman diet :) In what ways do you anticipate classrooms and our world will continue to use technology for learning and exploring? What ways do you use it? (other than GOOD of course!)

  • Pam Parsons

    the future is going to become 1 of 2 things.1.high tech learning,exploring ,or 2. a return to cavemen life.

    • Center for Teaching Quality

      Pam--wow, that's quite a dispirit future! Aren't people already on the caveman diet :) In what ways do you anticipate classrooms and our world will continue to use technology for learning and exploring? What ways do you use it? (other than GOOD of course!)