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  • 1. Problem-solving scenarios
  • 2. You want your 150 students toturn in their next essay digitally as a Word document. How will you arrange for this?
  • 3. You want your 150 students toturn in their next essay digitallyas a Google document. How will you arrange for this?
  • 4. You have a large technologyproject planned. You would likestudents to do some of the workbeyond class, but several do not have computers or Internet access. What do you do?
  • 5. You have a student whom yoususpect plagiarized his rainforest essay off the Internet. What do you do?
  • 6. You want to integrate technology into several classroom activities, but you have three students who adamantly hate technology. What do you do?
  • 7. You have an Internet ScavengerHunt planned for your class, buttwo students are not permitted to use the Internet at parent request. What do you do?
  • 8. You want to incorporate digital photography into yourclassroom, but only a handful of students own digital cameras. What do you do?
  • 9. Your classroom computer doesn’t work properly. Campus techsupport is backed up and cannot get to you for four weeks. Youneed your computer ASAP. What do you do?
  • 10. You assign a lengthy, detailed, 20- slide, 20-minute PowerPoint presentation to 30 students and you want them to present to the class. How do you manage this?