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Strategies for Planning Technology-Enhanced Learning Experiences

John E. Cowan
The Clearing House
Vol. 82, No. 2, Integrating Technology into the Classroom (Nov. - Dec., 2008), pp. 55-59
Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30194800
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Strategies for Planning Technology-Enhanced Learning Experiences
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Abstract

In this article, the author introduces a series of practical strategies to support the development of an innovative and technology-rich curriculum. The author begins with the importance of understanding what possibilities for innovation exist given the relationship between curriculum, equity issues, and education reform. The author then discusses specific strategies including understanding basic modes of computer use, determining available resources, creating detailed lesson plans, using materials readily available via the Web, and implementing alternative assessments. Accompanying Web-based resources support these strategies. The author concludes with a discussion of how innovative technology curriculum is an area in which education reform's limitations are evident and can be challenged by new ideas and practices.

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