One of the things that I really liked about the Kist book was that he considered the vast expanse of classrooms in regards to the amount of technology that is available to the students and teachers. He organized the book in three categories with the Starbucksesque order of short, tall, and grande. Each section combined activities for students that still created and assessed the same set of skills, but considered the availab...
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...s a teacher, infuse multiple modes of instruction within one lesson to help students with all intelligences learn and benefit from lessons.
In the end, this class has really opened my eyes to everything that is out there to supplement my teaching and my students learning. I am extremely happy that this class did not teach me how to use Microsoft Office , but I do wish that we could have had the opportunity to work more with the material rather than merely reading about the material. The Multimodal Task definitely allowed us to configure a lesson using and working with technology, but if we had more time, I wish we could have done more than one task to accomplish such goals.
Kist, W. (2010). The Socially Networked Classroom: Teaching in the New Media Age. California: Corwin.
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