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The purpose of Teaching the iGeneration is to help teachers find the natural overlap between the work that they already believe in and the kinds of digital tools that are defining tomorrow's learning. Each chapter introduces an enduring skillinformation fluency, persuasion, communication, collaboration, and problem solvingas well as a digital solution that can be used to enhance, rather than replace, traditional skill-based instructional practices. These solutions include blogs, wikis, content aggregators, asynchronous discussion forums, web conferencing software, video editing applications, and social bookmarking and annotation tools. In addition, Ferriter and Garry end every chapter of Teaching the iGeneration with a collection of handouts and supporting materials tailored to each skill and tool type. Visit go.solution-tree.com/technology for interactive versions complete with live links to additional resources.
Reintroducing rigorous and systematic study to the iGenerationa generation that has grown up connected but has failed to understand the power of connectionsrequires nothing more than a teacher who is willing to show students how the tools that they've already embraced can make learning efficient, empowering, and intellectually satisfying.
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