Teachers possess unique skills, knowledge and experience. So why should their
approaches to classroom technology look the same? In this new edition of the
popular book Integrating Technology in the Classroom, author Boni
Hamilton helps you discover technology tools and projects that resonate with
your teaching style, classroom context and technology skill level all while
helping students achieve academic growth. In this book, you’ll discover new and
immediately applicable tools and practices to support collaborative,
In this new edition, you’ll find:
- Coverage of programming, game creation, and augmented and virtual
- Stories of teachers who have successfully employed technology in the
classroom, with more examples from secondary-level teachers, including visual
learning preferences and kinesthetic/tactile learning.
- Deeper explanation of how to leverage technology to meet multilingual
- A new chapter on leveraging technology to meet adaptive needs, including
examples from teachers who use adaptive technologies in regular classrooms.
- Strategies that address efficiency needs of teachers, to help make
administrative tasks less onerous, and coverage of learning management
systems, formative assessment sites, and planning tools.
- Professional development coverage that includes information on ISTE
offerings, social media, and other supports.
Explore how technology tools can support your instructional goals and help
you meet the individual needs of all learners.
Boni Hamilton has taught all ages,
from preschoolers to adults, including PreK-12, undergraduates, and night school
adults. In addition to teaching secondary Language Arts in standard classrooms,
she has taught learners in special education, gifted/talented, and English as a
second language programs. She co-taught in a computer lab with twenty-two
elementary classroom teachers and held both school-level and district
administrative positions. Boni now holds two doctorates in education: an EdD
from the University of Northern Colorado and a PhD from the University of
Colorado Denver. Her second dissertation project explored the use of digital
devices in elementary classrooms at town and rural schools.