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Digital Thinking and Mobile Teaching

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Digital Thinking and Mobile Teaching
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740307542
Number of pages: 114

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To assist teachers and students in thinking about how to utilize mobile devices in instructional spaces, this book explores how mobile devices can be incorporated into learning environments to promote a digitally-rich curricula resulting in a framework that identifies a right time, right place and mobile device aimed at maximizing student learning.

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