Using Technology to Enhance Engaged Learning for At-Risk Students (NCREL)
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|Barbara Means; Pathways to School Improvement|
|A "critical issue": An increasing number of educators are calling for high standards and challenging learning activities for at-risk students. New technologies can provide meaningful learning experiences for all children, especially those at risk of educational failure. Schools that capitalize on the relationship between technology and education reform will help students to develop higher order skills and to function effectively in the world beyond the classroom. Achieving such fundamental change, however, requires a transformation of not only the underlying pedagogy (basic assumptions about the teaching and learning process) but also the kinds of technology applications typically used in classrooms serving at-risk students. From the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL).|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)|
|Math Ed Topics:||Grouping/Cooperative Learning, Technology in Math Ed, Math Ed Research/Reform, Minorities|
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