This classroom episode depicts an interdisciplinary unit of study about the desert in a 2nd grade classroom. A variety of technologies are used to support student-centered approaches in this classroom.
Note: While the concepts demonstrated in the video remain valid, the video was created in 2000 and may use obsolete technologies such as diskettes. In addition, the video may not demonstrate modern technologies that are now commonplace.
SEDL hosts a variety of free resources for educators at http://www.sedl.org
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