Would your students rather text a friend, than hold a face-to-face discussion?
Are you students facing physical and mental stresses rooted in poor eating habits and lack of exercise?
Is the glut of technology tools and information resources distracting and overwhelming you and your students?

Don’t blame technology. Instead, use laptops, smartphones, iPads, digital cameras and other devices as a bridge between today’s youth and meaningful subject-area learning.

Bridge on- and off- technology activities.

The Sketchbook Project (free signin) provides access to paper-based sketchbooks in an electronic format.


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Elpel, Thomas (2007). A Brain in a Box on a Shelf - The Need to Reconnect Kids with Nature. Montana Wildlife Federation. Available: http://www.montanawildlife.com/projectsissues/Brainbox.htm

Louv, Richard (2008). Last Child in the Woods. Algonquin Books. Preview Available: http://books.google.com/books?id=_J8ymvTQz8kC

Louv, Richard (2011). The Nature Principle. Algonquin Books. Preview Available: http://books.google.com/books?id=cgHl94qd4asC

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