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Authors: Savilla I. Banister (Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA) 
Book Description:
This book delineates strategies of mobile technology integration in local schools around the world. The pool of teacher participants consists of 93 teachers from 46 countries, including Argentina, Bolivia, Cambodia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Estonia, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Jordan, Latvia, Mali, Mongolia, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Senegal and Venezuela. Impacting the Digital Divide shares powerful stories of educators around the world integrating real world technologies to support teaching and learning. Many of these teachers live and work in regions where resources are limited, yet they offer a perspective of innovation and engagement. Inspired by their participation in the US Department of State’s Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) program, the teachers and administrators in local schools have implemented strategies using mobile technologies to support active learning environments and teacher professional development.

While barriers of limited Internet availability, lack of electricity, and a paucity of digital devices in schools are certainly present in the TEA educators’ experiences, they have found ways to maximize use and productivity by employing digital mobile devices (most often, cell phones). Access to mobile phones for teachers, school administrators, parents and even students continues to increase in most countries, and the ingenuity and determination of these educators challenges those passionate about meaningful learning to energetically harness these tools for optimal educational experiences. Impacting the Digital Divide provides honest examples of educators around the world bridging technological inequities in order to better prepare students for the digital age. (Novinka).

Table of Contents:
Preface

Acknowledgements

Section 1 - Introduction
Chapter 1 - Examining the Global Digital Divide Issue
Chapter 2 - Meet the Program and the Teachers: Connecting via the
Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program

Section 2 - Using Mobile Phones and Collaborative Tools in Education
Chapter 3 - Interviews with Dara Heng, Vanne Thai (Cambodia) and
Khongorzul Tsogtoo (Mongolia)

Section 3 - Integrating Tablets in Science Learning and Extending
Collaboration and School Supervision with Digital Tools
Chapter 4 - Interviews with Lakshmi Venkataraman, Sudha Bakshi, Ashok Reddy Bathi and Samarendra Roy (India)

Section 4 - Student Use of Mobile Phones to Learn Conversational
English, Crafting Free Online Educational Experience with GAFE
(Google Apps For Education) and Building Collaborative Learning
Environments
Chapter 5 - Interviews with Mery Murillo (Costa Rica), Carlos
Azurdia (Guatemala), Martha Johanna Moreno Blanco and Paula Andrea
Cerón (Colombia)

Section 5 - Student Created Digital Media
Chapter 6 - Interviews with Orquidia Flores Muñoz (Venezuela), Noemi
Montesino (Argentina) and Charo Jose Dorado (Bolivia)

Section 6 - Engaging Digital Devices to Support Educational Equality for Girls and Women and Reaching Students with Social Media
Chapter 7 - Interviews with Habiba Mohammed (Nigeria), Rokhaya Diop,
Senegal, Hawoye Fassoukoye (Mali) and Maysaa AlShabatat (Jordan)

Section 7 - Providing Quality Job Preparation through Digital Tools and Creating a Space for Digital Integration
Chapter 8 – Interviews with Monica Rubio (Guatemala), Marbel Moreno
Davila (Nicaragua) and Claudia Avila Zeron (Honduras)

Section 8 - Distributing Meaningful Teacher Professional Development Utilizing Mobile Technologies
Chapter 9 – Interviews with Laxman Sharma and Batuk Lal Tamang
(Nepal)
Section 9 - Energizing Digital Citizenship and Collaboration

Chapter 10 – Interviews with Birgy Lorenz (Estonia) and Liene Zvirbule-Jankova (Latvia)
Section 10 - Visions for the Future

Chapter 11 - Narrowing the Digital Divide and Strengthening Educational Connections

Index

   Series:
      Internet Theory, Technology and Applications
      Electronics and Telecommunications Research
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2017 - 3rd Quarter
   ISBN: 978-1-53612-362-3
   Status: AN
  
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