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3 Tech Tips for Designing Lessons so Learning Never Stops

There are many times when this has happened in my classroom. This article offers some great tips for how to create resources in your classroom so students are not waiting / wasting time waiting for the next step in a lesson.

What’s next? It’s probably the number one question that students ask. They get curious about the lesson, finish a task and are looking for more, or are just eagerly looking forward. Or maybe they were simply distracted or confused. It seems like the what’s next question is asked a hundred times a day.

But what the question is often really saying is this: we need you to direct or guide our learning. We can’t go on, individually or as a group, without your direction. My learning--and the whole class--is waiting for more.

I’m tired of students waiting for me to learn. Here are three tech tips to designing lessons so that the learning never stops.

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