This resource helps educators integrate Web and mobile technologies and tools into classroom instruction and offers a model for selecting appropriate tools and technologies for K–12 settings.
Whether you call these learners visual or spatial, a significant number of students function best when they are permitted to use pictures, photos, drawings, and other graphics to organize and share information. Although they may not have as many opportunities to express themselves in school using visualization skills as they would like, these students have access to myriad tools outside of the classroom that enable them to create and share visual content online.
As early as 2005, one-third of teens surveyed reported that in addition to written work, they were posting photos, artwork, and videos online, and 31% of teens also said they regularly downloaded videos created by others (Lenhart & Madden, 2005). Similar percentages were documented in a report published in 2007 ...