[baisl] Help - do you have an example...creative shift with technology?

  • From: "Debbie Abilock" <dabilock@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <baisl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2016 11:37:15 -0700

I'm looking for an example of using a technology tool in a way that is not
obvious - or, perhaps, if it's an app - not actually designed for that use.
In a chapter I'm writing, I'm making the point that teachers usually adopt
technology tools to replicate functions/tasks/patterns of teaching that they
already do.  However, perhaps as a result of [discussion or collaborative
exploration or work with a librarian?]  they reframe their use of the tool
to shift to a new method of instruction, a new kind of learning or.? 

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