Learning First, Technology Second in Practice
New Strategies, Research and Tools for Student Success
Students’ attention levels are high when they use digital devices, but how can we move them to an equally high level of commitment to their learning tasks? Author Liz Kolb’s extensive research into this question led to the development of the Triple E Framework, in which the learning goal – not the tool – is the most important element of a given lesson. Understanding how students learn is built into the framework, which is designed to help teachers make strategic technology choices and instructional decisions based on the learning goal and the science of learning.
This book extends and deepens the teaching in Kolb’s bestselling book Learning first, technology second, offering readers:
- an overview of the popular and highly regarded Triple E Framework
- a compelling myth vs. reality format through which to apply the research and strategies tied to the framework
- a suggested step-by-step process for instructional designers and tech coaches to use the framework with classroom teachers for better lesson design
- twelve authentic lessons designed by F–12 teachers to meet all three elements of the Triple E Framework, with suggestions on how to improve lessons with technology
- examples of how two schools have systematically integrated the Triple E Framework across their district.
|Publish date||2020-08-13 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)|
|Key Learning Area||Cross-Curricular, Technologies|