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    I am reading Learning First, Technology Second by Liz Kolb.She has an interesting take on engagement. I purchased it through ISTE and it is available as a hard copy and an e-publication. You might like to take a look at some resources we have developed ...

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    RE: Distractions

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    Thanks, Janna!  That sounds like a great tool!! ------------------------------ Becky Frazier ------------------------------

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    RE: Distractions

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    We invested in software called DyKnow to help focus our students and eliminate distractions.  I highly recommend it! ------------------------------ Janet Coe, M.Ed.  Apple Teacher Director of Instructional Technology and Innovation The Woodlands Christian ...

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    RE: Distractions

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    This is a great question and one that some of our teachers still wrestle with. We've worked very intently to address this issue and it really comes down to a few things for us: 1. What are the lessons you are designing for your students? Is technology ...

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