Key Benefit: Integration methods should be based in both learning theory and teaching practice. Integration should match specific teaching and learning needs. Old integration strategies are not necessarily bad; new strategies are not necessarily good. Using these three premises as a foundation, this book presents effective theory-and research-based strategies for integrating technology resources and technology-based methods into everyday classroom practices. It is written from the teacher's perspective, making it ideal for both novice and experienced computer users. Key Topics: Unique coverage of integrating technology into specific content areas in Part IV demonstrates how to use technology to teach language arts, social studies, science, math, music, art, phys ed/health, and special education, rather than just providing generic strategies. Market: For practicing teachers and computer users.