The tools for incorporating technology in the classroom must be included in all aspects of assignments and in grading those assignments, says Ruth Reynard, executive director of academic programs and faculty at Daymar Colleges Group. In this article, she writes that teachers should make technology-driven lessons relevant, offer support, give students flexibility and incorporate problem-solving and critical thinking in assignments.
How to prepare and grade technology-driven assignments
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