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Web Mentors Teacher Helpline: How-To Articles: Use New Technology to Reinforce Instruction
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How To: Use New Technology to Reinforce Instruction
NYC Helpline: Incorporate New Media into Your Classroom

Have a question or suggestion about how to use technology to reinforce instruction? E-mail Ann.

Ann's articles on using new technology to reinforce instruction.

NEW See You in September

Computer Centers

Underwater Adventure

Online Homework

IF U CN RD THS U CN LRN TO RITE

"Centering" Your Classroom

The “Smart” Thing to Do After Spring Break

Bringing Abraham Lincoln into a Technological Classroom

Differentiated Learning Using the Computer

Cooperative Learning

PowerPoint in the Classroom

The Paperless Classroom

Becoming a Part of an Online Community

Teaching a Unit Using a Variety of Technology and the accompanying lesson, From Soup to Nuts: Creating a menu

Other articles on using new technology to reinforce instruction.

Selecting Grade-Appropriate Software
Rand Briggs

Keeping Students From Losing Computer Work
Ed Clement

Using Compensating Technology With Special-Need Children
Ed Clement

Selecting Software
Patricia Haughney

Making Transparencies
Paul Hewitt

Using Social Studies Links to Enrich Your Curriculum
Paul Hewitt

Technology - Past and Present
Judy Jones

Why Not Create A WebQuest This Summer?
Judy Jones

Setting Up Clear Expectations
Peggy Maslow

Using a Discussion Forum on Nicenet.org
Peggy Maslow

Working with Images on the Internet
Peggy Maslow

Publishing Student Work on the Internet (Part Two)
Peggy Maslow

Publishing Student Work on the Internet (Part One: Why do it?)
Peggy Maslow

Using the Internet for Student Research
Peggy Maslow

Locating Resources to Improve Your Technology Skills
Peggy Maslow

Dealing with Filters and Firewalls
Peggy Maslow

Liberating the Imagination
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

Reaching an Audio Learner with MP3 Files
Nancy Powell

Using New Media to Teach the Uninvolved Student
Nancy Powell

Read an excerpt of Carl Sannito's article How I Created a Monster (Web-Site, That Is!) published in How to Use the Internet in Your Classroom


NEW Tiny it!
By Brent Sackris

* Using Wordle the Classroom
By Brent Sackris

* Using Flickr in the Classroom
By Pamela AuCoin

* How to Podcast
* Make Note of It: Using Online Note-Taking in the Classroom
* Webcasting: Live from Your Classroom
by Sandy Scragg

Other articles on using new technology to reinforce instruction.

A Font of Ideas for the Classroom
Carl Sannito

Portfolio Logistics
Carl Sannito

Using Overhead Projectors
Carl Sannito

Teach Yourself with Online Videos
Carl Sannito

Brain Surgery, Part 2
Carl Sannito

Lab Teachers' Lament
Carl Sannito

ThinkFree.com: An Free Office Solution
Carl Sannito

Parts of the Computer
Carl Sannito

Start the Year Off Right
Carl Sannito

Practically Speaking
Carl Sannito

Brain Surgery
Carl Sannito

Designing a Writing Lab
Carl Sannito

The Ongoing Battle
Carl Sannito

Technology Foundations
Carl Sannito

Setting Up Classroom Computers
Carl Sannito

Time for Timeline
Carl Sannito

The Latest: Is a Tablet PC for You?
Carl Sannito

What's Important to Teach
Carl Sannito

Get Connected
Carl Sannito

Journaling with Technology
Carl Sannito

Mapping a New Course on the Web
Sandy Scragg

What's a Wiki
Sandy Scragg

Blogging with Students
Sandy Scragg

Teaching Online Research
Sandy Scragg

WebQuests 101
Sandy Scragg

Keypals
Sandy Scragg

Ann Stephenson has been teaching at Charles R. Hadley Elementary School in Miami, Florida for 18 years. She has a master’s degree in reading and has taught both 4th and 5th grade students. She specializes in technology projects in the classroom, with culminating activities such as having an “office day” to demonstrate to parents and business members of the community the technological skills the students have learned.

She has been awarded numerous grants, including IMPACT II Disseminator and Adapter grants. She has been the coordinator of the Citibank FamilyTech program for ten years and is interested in expanding academics through the utilization of technology in the classroom.

For more on technology in the classroom, visit Vanessa Thrash's How-To page.

 

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