The path to paperless: 13 tech tools for teachers on a tight budget Flipgrid Holly Clark, education strategist and coauthor of The Google Infused Classroom, says video discussion platform Flipgrid is a great tool for teachers to capture information about student learning and growth. Flipgrid is a free app where teachers can post a question or other cues for student response, and students can then reply with short videos. EdTech Blog How to Integrate Project-Based STEM Challenges into Your Teaching What type of project-based STEM experiences do your students have access to this school year? STEM is more than just a buzzword. And if you are committed to infusing STEM and project-based learning into your classroom, I have an excellent resource for you!
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Bud the Teacher – Inquiry & Reflection for Better Learning Yesterday, I had the opportunity to sit in on a conversation with some smart folks in the maker education community1. We were continuing a conversation we started on Twitter a month or so back. You can watch a recording of yesterday’s piece of the conversation here. You should listen/watch the conversation. I learned a lot […] Read More What’s the Pretty Thing? A Great Edmodo Cheat Sheet for Teachers Edmodo is a social networking website that has a huge potential in education. Thousands of teachers and educators have already started using it with their students and I personally believe that more and more educators will flock to it. Edmodo provides a wide variety of features and services for teachers including the ability to create classroom groups where teachers and students get to share learning materials. The cheat sheet below sheds more light on what Edmodo is and how you can use it to first create your account, then set up your classroom group and finally a few words on how to post stuff on it.
20 Classroom Technology Tools You Might Not Know The use of technology in the classroom is no longer up for debate. It's now extremely clear: the effective use of classroom technology drives student results. But, any competent education professional would be quick to point out that student results are only positively impacted when they are introduced to the right tools. With a U.S. based edtech market that has raised more than a billion dollars over the last year, the options for technology tools to use in your classroom can seem infinite.
7 examples of innovative educational technology I tend to have a love-hate relationship with technology. On one hand, I enjoy the old-school pencil and paper, face-to-face communication, and less screen-related interaction. On the other hand, there are plenty of forms of technology I enjoy, rely upon, and find extremely convenient. I have the same hesitancy with new technology in education. Rather than embrace every new trend wholeheartedly without question, as a teacher and parent, I approach things more cautiously. Will it deprive teachers of any personal one-on-one time with their students?
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