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*Due Date Sunday, September 16, 2018 10 PM - (APA) Becoming a 21st Century Teacher (SOE#1)

Give your personal definition of 21st Century teaching in a 2-4 page (APA style) paper. Focus on topics such as the role of technology in teaching, what technologies do you plan to use as a teacher, and how will students use technology as learners. Don't forget to give a variety of concrete examples. Use the following questions to guide your writing: What role does technology play in the lives of students and teachers? What issues shape the way technology is used in today's classroom? How are teachers addressing technology standards and skills in today's classroom? How will I teach for the 21st century learner?
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