Engaging Your Math Students via Technology

Dr. Diana Perdue, Founder and Chief Education Officer, Rimwe Educational Resources LLC
In this webinar, you will learn how to engage your students in math class via technology including various Web 2.0 tools and social media. Enhance class discussions with Twitter, increase learning time via screencasts and voice threads, and engage students with collaborative tools like Poll Everywhere. Come learn how to USE technology in your class!
Aug 21 2012
49 mins
Engaging Your Math Students via Technology
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Technology presents a unique experience for educators and administrators to improve the learning experience for their students. Whether involving Web 2.0 or mobile devices like iPads, technology is a teaching tool that has a potential to revolutionize the education system.

Join the BrightTALK Technology for the Classroom Channel to learn best practices and methods on how you too can integrate technology into your classroom.

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