Finding a Place to Start

posted Sep 8, 2011, 6:52 AM by S Miller
One of the most difficult things to do when tackling a new project is finding a place to start. When dealing with technology in the classroom, this is the first place many throw their hands up in frustration. Like staring at a blank page, the task seems insurmountable and its tempting to wait for "inspiration". 

As any ELA teacher will tell you, its better to write the wrong words rather than give up. For years, I've helped the technophobic integrate meaningful technology into their classroom. Anyone can do it. 
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