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Digital Public History: Virtual Field Trips as Engaged Learning

Digital Public History: Virtual Field Trips as Engaged Learning

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Digital Public History: Virtual Field Trips (VFTs) as Engaged Learning addresses new opportunities and challenges in teaching with technology, specifically, capturing the attention of the emerging “cyber-literate” generation by using virtual field trips to directly engage learners in public history and community memory. The project will consist of three parts: an assessment of the opportunities for technology integration in teaching and learning, the connection between digital resources and social studies, and case study of a virtual field trip using the Boca Raton Army Airfield (BRAAF) site.
Digital Public History: Virtual Field Trips (VFTs) as Engaged Learning addresses new opportunities and challenges in teaching with technology, specifically, capturing the attention of the emerging “cyber-literate” generation by using virtual field trips to directly engage learners in public history and community memory. The project will consist of three parts: an assessment of the opportunities for technology integration in teaching and learning, the connection between digital resources and social studies, and case study of a virtual field trip using the Boca Raton Army Airfield (BRAAF) site.

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Published by: nancy.rubin2477 on Oct 12, 2009
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01/13/2015

As an instructor of educational technology, I encourage my students to

use the TIP (Technology Integration Planning) Model when planning lessons

involving technology. This model is designed to help teachers, especially those

new to technology, plan for effective classroom uses of technology. The model

consists of five phases as depicted in the Table 2.

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