Technology books for educators

371.334 IN8 National education technology standards for teachers “First published in 2000, the National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS*T) introduced ISTE s technology standards for teachers and included profiles for each stage of teacher education from general preparation through first-year teaching.” [Reference Material for in-house use] (Amazon)

372.358 B46B Blocks to robots: Learning with technology in the early childhood classroom “This pioneering book shows how to successfully use technology in the early childhood classroom. Grounded in a constructivist approach to teaching and learning, the author focuses on robotic manipulatives that allow children to explore complex concepts in a concrete and fun way.” (Amazon)

371.334 W52U Using wikis for collaboration in online learning: The power of the read-write web (Amazon)

371.0028 Z83T Transforming schools with technology: How smart use of digital tools helps achieve six key education goals (Amazon)

371.33 IN8 Integrating information & communications technologies into the classroom (Amazon)

510.71 G564U Using Technology for problem solving in the middle and high school mathematics: Investigations using scientific and graphing calculators, spreadsheets, and the Geometer’s Sketchpad (Amazon)

ONLINE E-BOOK Enhancing learning through technology (Amazon) [NOTE: to access this electronic book, current Dominican College students, faculty and staff can log-in here. Then select the “ebrary” database. Put the title of the book in the “Simple Search” box. Once you have found the book, click the hyperlinked title of the book to open it.]

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