Bringing one-to-one computing into your classroom does not mean abandoning all other activities! Take things you already do with your students in a whole class setting, and bring them to the individual. In my own classroom I called this “Wireless Wednesday.” Each week, students would complete some sort of interactive activity related to the content we were covering. By having the students complete this on their own devices, they could work at their own pace, explore topics of interest, and really personalize their learning.
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About the Author: Alexandra D. Owens
Alexandra Owens is a STEM Education consultant based in Charleston, SC. She taught middle school science for many years and is now completing her doctorate in STEM Education at Texas Tech University.
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