TLPDC Web Resources The Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development Center (TLPDC) offers support for multiple instructional technology applications used in traditional and online learning environments. We offer support for most of these technologies through our scheduled technology short courses or via individual/group consultations. Click on the following technologies for downloads and more information. Lecture Capturing see also Online Lectures
eTV Who is eTV The Education Television and Video Communications Trust was established in June 2010 by e-cast Ltd as a not-for-profit Trust to manage the continuing development and distribution of the off-air broadcast recordings services previously delivered by e-cast education to Schools, Kura, Polytechnics, Wananga and Universities throughout the country. The Trust has been approved by the Minister of Education to operate as an Education Resource Supplier under the Copyright Act S.48. Educational establishments throughout New Zealand can access this unique service to select relevant content from television programmes and videos covering all curriculum subject areas.
Voting via SMS, Internet, Twitter Be part of our user group on Linkedin and start your own discussion with other teachers using Shakespeak during their lectures. The use of Shakespeak during college will help to: Test students their knowledgeGet honest feedback with anonymous responsesAllow everybody to respondRelate to students their mobile phone and social media behaviorUse feedback on any later momentExperience stronger engagement! Download Shakespeak now and experience the effect yourself! Try it now – Free up to 20 People 20 Must-See herramientas de enseñanza que vienen a su salón de clases Muy Pronto It’s hard to find a field that hasn’t been radically changed by technology, and education is no exception. Few classrooms these days operate without digital tools, gadgets, or applications that have made it easier for teachers to track student progress and tailor lessons to student needs and interests. While the tools of today are great, there are even more great technological teaching tools and practices on the horizon, many of which are just starting to be adopted in the classroom or are just making it out of the developmental stages.
TLPDC - Teaching W Technology If you have a specific topic in mind, search for the content here and results from all video categories will be displayed. The TLPDC does not record all TLPDC sessions and events, as many involve guest presenters and others do not lend themselves easily to recording due to audio difficulties or technical issues. If you are unable to attend a particular event and would like to inquire about having it recorded, please contact Ching Lee or Suzanne Tapp, and if possible, we will make these arrangements. These recorded sessions are not meant to be online classes.
Tech Tools by Subject and Skills Every year, so many new technology tools for teachers are launched into the market that it can be nearly impossible to keep up with them all. In order to keep you up-to-date with the latest and greatest educational tech tools, our team of edtech specialists has put together this list of the best edtech resources and technology tools for teachers. Clicking on the links below will take you to hundreds of apps, websites, extensions, and more. Whether you're looking for a specific tech tool or just trying to find something new and interesting for your class, we encourage you to browse around all of the different categories to see how many wonderful resources are available for your students. Also, if you have a tool that you'd like to see added to the list, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com. The following technology tools for teachers have been organized by academic subjects, topics, and learning activity.
SMS Education: Poll Everywhere Is Making the Mobile Pop Quiz More Affordable Over 40% of students text during class and 80% say they've never been caught. That sounds like a bit of a quandary for teachers, but not for much longer: Teachers can now hijack students' cell phones for educational purposes, including testing, homework assignments, quizzes, and more. Poll Everywhere, which specializes in instant audience feedback via text messaging, and Mobile Messenger, a technology solutions group that partners with carriers, have partnered to develop affordable, educational SMS programs. TLPDC Video Library If you have a specific topic in mind, search for the content here and results from all video categories will be displayed. The TLPDC does not record all TLPDC sessions and events, as many involve guest presenters and others do not lend themselves easily to recording due to audio difficulties or technical issues. If you are unable to attend a particular event and would like to inquire about having it recorded, please contact Ching Lee or Suzanne Tapp, and if possible, we will make these arrangements. These recorded sessions are not meant to be online classes. They are meant to be used merely as informal references to the live presentations.
50 Essential EdTech Tools By Category - Getting Smart by Guest Author - blended learning, EdTech, social learning “50 Essential EdTech Tools By Category” was first seen on TeachThought. Technology and education are pretty intertwined these days and nearly every teacher has a few favorite tech tools that make doing his or her job and connecting with students a little bit easier and more fun for all involved. Yet as with anything related to technology, new tools are hitting the market constantly and older ones rising to prominence, broadening their scope, or just adding new features that make them better matches for education, which can make it hard to keep up with the newest and most useful tools even for the most tech-savvy teachers.
Poll Everywhere Poll Everywhere is a privately held company headquartered in San Francisco, California. The company, founded in April 2007  is an online service for classroom response and audience response systems. Poll Everywhere's product allows audiences and classrooms in over 100 countries to use mobile phones, thereby "plotting the obsolescence" of proprietary hardware response devices otherwise known as clickers. Origins and History In September 2012, the company announced it had acquired competitors ClassMetric and TextTheMob Over 100,000 educators use the product.