Using Technology in
K-12 Classrooms

Technology is an integral and growing part of daily living in the twenty-first century. The challenge, then, for teachers, is to use technology effectively in classrooms to help students take ownership for learning and develop the practical and critical thinking skills necessary to better understand the world around them. To meet this challenge, teachers can use an emerging technology tool, GPS receivers, and an emerging GPS-based activity, geocaching, to transform their middle school classrooms from teacher-centered environments to exciting, empowering, exploratory environments that focus on student engagement in the learning process.

This site was created in Dr. Alice Christie's EDT 545 at Arizona State University in June 2007.
This site has a number of sections. Click on the links below to navigate through this site.

Copyright 1996-2007 by Dr. Alice Christie. You may link to this page, but any other use must be by permission of the author. 

Links to my assignments in other ASU classes:
EDT 530 | EDT 546 | EDT 547 | EDT 548 | EDT 555 | EDT 575 | EDT 593