This text offers a pragmatic, student-friendly approach that helps teachers explore, evaluate, and effectively integrate the full range of instructional technologies they are likely to find in their classrooms. Founded in learning theory and instructional design, this text explores the current and emerging technologies available to teachers while consistently maintaining an instructional focus. Using practical applications and real-world examples, the text offers students the opportunity to explore technologies as tools to enhance and support instruction. It culminates with an exploration of the teacher's role in technology planning and in ensuring its ethical implementation. Faculty will find Web activities and a wide range of student activities in each chapter including reviews, group, critical thinking and hands-on experiences.Lever-Duffy, Judy is the author of 'Teaching and Learning with Technology', published 2002 under ISBN 9780321054050 and ISBN 0321054059.