Engaging the Adolescent Learner

Building Information and Communication Technology Skills Through Literacy

Douglas Fisher & Nancy Frey


Incorporating technology into the classroom is more than creating a PowerPoint presentation. Fisher and Frey show you how to move beyond using digital iterations of pencil-and-paper tasks to more substantive information and communication technologies that drive (and not simply supplement) instruction. They also emphasize the ethical responsibilities of being a digital citizen and the need for safety awareness in online environments.

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doi:10.1598/e-ssentials.8054

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