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Teaching Now! 110 - Watch in Windows Media Player
We visit southern California to see how schools use technology to help English language learners. We return to Central Elementary School after three years to visit Socorro Sanchezís classroom. At Potter Junior High we visit several classrooms to see how they used grant funds to infuse technology into their language arts curriculum.

Introduction - Watch
Teaching NOW! looks at how colleges of education are preparing tomorrow's teachers to use technology. We also visit K-12 schools where technology integration is changing traditional classroom activities.

Elementary Students - Watch
We return to Central Elementary School after three years to visit Socorro Sanchezís classroom. Ms. Sanchez uses digital cameras and Kid Pix to help her first grade students have a meaningful lesson on sequencing following their Transportation Field Trip.

Panel Discussion of Elementary Students - Watch
Join our experts as they discuss the classroom of Escondido teacher Socorro Sanchez. They discuss her ability to integrate technology and content, and her understanding of the three facets of comprehension.

Junior High Students - Watch
At Potter Junior High we visit several classrooms to see how they used grant funds to infuse technology into their language arts curriculum. We visit the Newcomers self contained classroom, the Read 180 class for students reading before grade level, a regular language arts classroom and a required technology class. We hear how technology along with student mentors and professional development for teachers is making a difference.

Panel Discussion of Junior High Students - Watch
Join our experts as they discuss the segment on students from Potter Junior High in Fallbrook, California. They discuss issues of program sustainability, professional development, and the importance of student mentors.