The post from Teacher Talk emphases the importance of science skills learned and still to be mastered in our nation’s schools. Digital technology helps students learn, but technology can also be used to assess learning. In science, the use of technology was able to examine which science skills–academic skills, actually–were assessed a few years ago. The impact of these skills and the importance of digital technology on all areas of learning can easily be derived. Does your school use and teach digital technology skills?
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K-12 teacher for 13 years (Special Education for 10 years); Post-secondary educator since 2002; Education consulting since 1995. When teaching, held teaching certificates in K-12 special education, reading specialist; and secondary social studies. Doctorate: Educational Psychology
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