Educational consultant always looking for great tech tools to pass along to teachers.
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Back in the early 1900s, homework was deemed by some to be dangerous to children’s health, and for years some school districts limited or outright banned homework. More than a century later, homework still drives students, their parents and sometimes their teachers crazy — and debate still swirls about whether homework is helpful or harmful. Now we have a useful addition to the conversation.
Course participants offer their ideas about ways to use these fun free tools in instructional situations and other academic applications. One of the most meaningful and informative types of communication that happens through education technology blogs like this one is when teachers share their experiences and ideas about how to use technology in the educational setting. Last summer, EmergingEdTech ran an online workshop in which participants learned about a variety of free digital presentation tools.
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