"Seven Principles" Collection of Ideas for Teaching and Learning with Technology

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Introducing the Seven Principles - Where did the "seven principles" come from?

Principle 1. Ideas for using Technology to Enrich and Extend Faculty-Student Contact

Principle 2. Ideas for using Technology to Enrich and Extend Student-Student Cooperation

Principle 3.  Ideas for using Technology to Enrich and Extend Active Learning

Principle 4. Ideas for using Technology to Enrich and Extend Prompt Feedback

Principle 5. Ideas for Using Technology to Encourage More Time on Task and Reduce Wasted Time

Principle 6. Ideas for Using Technology to Communicate Higher Expectations

Principle 7. Ideas for Using Technology in Ways that Support Diverse Student Talents and Ways of Learning

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