“Bring Your Own Device makes a distinct contribution to the field of education. As schools prepare students for the workforce of the 21st century, BYOD helps provide avenues for educators to acquire the necessary collaborative experiences.” Mark Abbondanza, principal, North Strabane Intermediate School, Pennsylvania, on Bring Your Own Device
“This resource presents a compelling discussion of how pedagogy leads technology in the classroom to create desired student learning outcomes. Ormiston depicts a mechanistic approach to using technology in the classroom, which ignores the connection between pedagogy and technology and the need for change. To address this, she offers inspiring strategies for using social media, software, apps, and technology devices to engage students in a collaborative learning setting.”
Mabel Okojie, professor, instructional systems and workforce education, Mississippi State University, on Create Future-Ready Classrooms, Now!
"This user-friendly resource offers direct guidance on the steps K–12 educators must take to facilitate online learning and maximize student growth using readily available digital tools."
Midwest Book Review, on Creating the Anywhere, Anytime Classroom
“If a teacher is new to using 1:1 technology, the book offers numerous ideas that will be adaptable across grade levels. Even if a teacher is familiar with many of the apps and websites, Stover and Yearta provide new insights into the ways in which these tools can be used. For any book that is written for teachers, it is a challenge to create a resource that is overflowing without being overwhelming, and with
From Pencils to Podcasts, the authors have certainly accomplished their goal.” Troy Hicks, professor of English and education, Central Michigan University, on From Pencils to Podcasts
“A thoughtful, comprehensive, and accessible overview of all that game-based learning has to offer,
Game On will prove a valuable resource for educators, researchers, and gamers alike.” Anne Snyder, director of research and learning design, Second Avenue Learning, on Game On
“Featuring an eleven-page listing of references and resources, as well as a three-page index,
Growing Global Digital Citizens is unreservedly recommended for college and university library educational policy and practices collections.” Midwest Book Review, on Growing Global Digital Citizens
“I found this book incredibly timely and practical to help schools and districts move from deploying technology to developing a plan to transform student learning. The Why, What, How, and Then What are critically important to creating a growth mindset for educators as well as students.”
Eric Ferguson, director of instructional technology, Bellevue School District, Washington, on NOW Classrooms, Leader’s Guide
“Fullan and Edwards have delivered a text for educators who desire an expanded understanding of district reform. It will be added to my ‘gift list’ for my circle of educational leaders who are either currently part of the revolution or ready to sign up.”
Adam Kulaas, director, Getting Smart, on The Power of Unstoppable Momentum