|Andrew Churches||21st Century Fluency Project|
|Lee Crockett||21st Century Fluency Project|
|Ian Jukes||21st Century Fluency Project|
|© 2010||196 pages||7" x 10"|
A Joint Publication With the 21st Century Fluency Group
|Paperback||ISBN:||9781412982368||$32.95||Add to Cart|
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Explore a menu of today’s new digital tools!
Understanding today’s online world and relating to the digital generation can be a daunting process for the newcomer. The Digital Diet demonstrates how online technologies can be utilized in today’s classroom to foster enjoyable and productive learning.
Offering a tantalizing buffet of various kinds of digital fare, such as blogs, wikis, social networking tools, and podcasts, this concise "diet" allows beginning and experienced users to get a taste of various digital tools at their individual pace. Using numerous screen shots and compelling examples, the authors explain what each tool is, define critical terminology, discuss why educators might use the tool, and provide guidance for using the tool in teaching. This resource presents steps for:
The Digital Diet supplies an entertaining commentary on the basics many of the most popular online tools in use today.