by Àngels Soriano
Expert Educator Columnist, Spain
The contact our students are having with technology is increasingly done at younger ages. Even our daily habits are linked to the use of technology. It is clear that the classroom can’t be out of this world and has incorporated information technology and communication in the day. A second step was to use this technology for our students to construct their own knowledge, that create content where tools like OneNote obtained an exceptional role in the ability to adapt to the needs you want to raise students.
Some sectors are considering a perspective that proposes a step in the use of technology, which is the application for participation and empowerment of the user, in our classrooms, offering students the chance to hear his voice, offering them to be the protagonists of their learning. We as teachers have a number of tools at our disposal…
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