Teaching with Tablets: How Do I Integrate Tablets with Effective Instruction?

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  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • A Transformation in Education 1
  • A High-Quality Teaching Framework 7
  • Practical Considerations of Teaching with Tablets 28
  • Encore 39
  • References 47
  • Related Resources 49
  • About the Authors 50
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