Collaboration 2.0 :: May 20, 2009


  • Peercasting: Students Produce Math Support at NC Middle School

    If there's one thing that teachers know how to do, it's create engaging learning environments with limited resources. Take Nancy Trollinger, an eighth- and ninth-grade math teacher who recently came upon an excellent way for struggling learners to pick up complex algebraic concepts: peer tutoring ... with a little technological twist. More


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