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Digital Tools in Urban Schools: Mediating a Remix of Learning

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Digital Tools in Urban Schools: Mediating a Remix of Learning
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Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0472051539
ISBN-13: 9780472051533

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Digital Tools in Urban Schools demonstrates significant ways in which high school teachers in the complex educational setting of an urban public high school in Northern California extended their own professional learning to revitalize learning in their classrooms.

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