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School Makerspace Library in USA. EDpuzzle - Google Slides. Sketchnoting Superstars Panel from #iste2016. Sketchnoting is a fascination for me.

Sketchnoting Superstars Panel from #iste2016

So, ISTE was a dream for me. What if we got some of the best in sketchnoting together to share their secrets and how this applies to education? Well, we submitted and it is happening today! Today, June 29 at 8:30 am at the ISTE 2016 conference, I’ll be moderating Today, June 29 at 8:30 am at the ISTE 2016 conference, I’ll be moderating Sketchnoting in Education: The Best Practices, Benefits and How-To’s of Sketchnoting. Carrie Baughcum Vicki Davis Sylvia Duckworth. Sketchnoting. ISTE Digital Tools 2016. Technology Integration Rachelle Poth - Lessons. Martinezsessionhandout. Apps & Extensions bit.ly/AppsExtensionsPres (Teacher version) - Google Slides. Monica's Google Site 101. Ed Tech Speed Dating from The Big Guy in a Bow Tie - Home. Information Graphic Lesson. Scavenger - Google Sheets. Resources - It Ain't Your Mother's App: Demystify Differentiation.

iPad Art Room. The Tomorrow Toolkit. Tech Coach Toolbelt. Using Free Apps from ReadWriteThink.org - Google Slides. KBaker Collab'ing Digital Curriculum ISTE2016 Hyperdoc. Augmented Reality by Matt McGuire on Prezi. Class Twitter Account: How Your Students Can Tweet - Teacher Tech. I have had several teachers how they can have their students tweet without having a Twitter account.

Class Twitter Account: How Your Students Can Tweet - Teacher Tech

I highly encourage teachers to have a class twitter account and a class hashtag. Here is how to use the class Twitter account. Tweet Pictures Provide a window into your classroom by posting pictures of your class and class activities. Blur out the faces of students whose parents do not want their child’s pictures on social media. Tweet Questions When your students ask questions, post those to the class Twitter account. Follow One thing that is great about Twitter is that the stream of tweets you see is only the people you follow (plus some ads). Additionally here are some people on Twitter who you should probably NOT follow since their tweets are not aimed at school-aged children, but who are experts in their field. The Teacher's Guide To Twitter.

Twitter has proven itself to be an indispensable tool for educators around the globe.

The Teacher's Guide To Twitter

Whatever skill level you may be, Twitter is downright fun and worth your time. So here’s a useful guide that we curated from Edudemic’s archives in an effort to put something together that was a bit easier to read than random blog posts. We hope you enjoy and will be regularly adding to this guide so feel free to leave your ideas down in the comments or by, what else, tweeting us @edudemic anytime!

Our Biggest Twitter Tips For Teachers For many teachers making a foray into the edtech world, Twitter is an excellent tool for consuming and learning. Many are also harnessing Twitter as a part of their PLN (personal learning network) to connect, share, and network. Check out our biggest Twitter tips for teachers below! Create, Don’t Just Consume The best way to get the most out of Twitter is to use it. Connect and Network. GoogleCulturalInstituteTakeawayISTE20162.

Presentations by Gauthier. Josh Gauthier's Bio: Ever passionate about how we can better educate children, Josh Gauthier is always looking for new ways to engage students.

Presentations by Gauthier

As a former Business Educator, he taught from 3rd grade all the way to 12th grade. Josh is currently a technology training specialist for the School District of De Pere and is excited about influencing teacher collaboration and having a greater impact on student achievement. Josh has participated in several Edcamps, and has presented at conferences such as the Chicago Apps Summit, SLATE, WEMTA, ICE-CAP, TIES and the Midwest Google Summit.

Ultimately, Josh wants to see every student succeed and strives for himself and others to use technology to improve learning for all. Josh graduated in the top 25 of his college class, earning his Bachelor's degree in Business and Marketing Education from the University of Wisconsin - Stout in 2011, with a minor in Business Administration. PhET: Free online physics, chemistry, biology, earth science and math simulations. 60in60: App Attack! Top 100. The EdTech Game Show! Are you ready for some fun?

The EdTech Game Show!

Welcome to Assessment Game Show! Hello Everyone! We are excited to have you join us at the EdTech Game Show! Here the audience will evaluate, explore, hear and see about 16 web tools for the classroom. We will have 4 rounds of voting until one web tool is left standing. Session Agenda Pre-Event - Audience exploration of the tools! Round 11 minute overview of tool by presenter with a vote using Nearpod after each set. Crazy8s.bedtimemath. Try One New Thing in the New Year. One of my favorite rituals of the New Year is putting up a fresh wall calendar.

Try One New Thing in the New Year

Like most of us, I rely on an online tool to keep track of daily appointments and deadlines. But the paper version, with all those blank pages, is a better reminder of the possibilities ahead as we start another trip around the sun. Rather than listing resolutions (which tend to get forgotten by the time we flip the page to February), let's consider inspirations for 2016.