Promoting “Old Tech” in the Classroom: Why Paper Still Matters

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The use of technology in the classroom has changed students learning experiences in many positive ways.  But can we still benefit from using classic teaching tools to help students share ideas?  History teacher Raleigh Werberger explores how classic tools like post-it notes can encourage students to communicate with each other, a skill that is often effected by the use of technology like iPads in the classroom. Learn how using classic teaching tools can change the way your students interact and learn.

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