5 Thoughts About Technology

March 2013
Educational Leadership;Mar2013, Vol. 70 Issue 6, p96
The article provides excerpts from articles on educational technology appearing in the issue by authors such as Marc Prensky, William Kist, and Will Richardson covering topics such as best practices, social networking, and new media.


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