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Hide-Away Technology Transforms the Traditional Computer Lab Into a 21st-Century Instructional Delivery Environment
Today’s classroom incorporates technology in many ways. Oftentimes this technology is incorporated from the direct-instruction approach, a method of teaching that emphasizes well-planned lessons clearly presenting teaching tasks. A fundamental understanding of direct instruction is that clear instruction eliminating misinterpretations can greatly improve and accelerate learning (National Institute for Direct Instruction, 2007). With this end, you see advancements in presentation podiums, projectors, instructor computers, to name a few. However, “Hide-Away” technology provides an avenue to enhance direct instruction strategies as well as improve and promote applied learning strategies that target the learner.
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February 12, 10:00–10:45 AM (Pacific) Career Centers on Facebook – Who’s on Facebook, What’s Working, What’s Not, and How to Fix It?
February 25, 10:00-10:45 AM (Pacific) Social Networking Crisis and Top 5 Career Center Remedies: How You Can Help Your Students Get Professional Online
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March 13-15 National Association for Community College Teacher Education Programs Discover the Future conference at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada. Visit www.nacctep.org for additional information.
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