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The 10 Most Popular Teacher Tools Being Used This Year

The 10 Most Popular Teacher Tools Being Used This Year
This image shows absolutely no teacher tools. Aside from that pencil maybe. But seriously, that says a lot about how far we’ve come! The school year is upon us. ‘Battle-tested’ might be a more appropriate term. In any case, these teacher tools are useful for a variety of reasons. 1.Google Apps Okay, this one is more than a single tool. 2. The king of PLNing (is that a word?) 3. I’ve been using Skype in education for years now and it’s proven to be an effective way to collaborate and communicate with others around the world. 4. What can’t you find on YouTube? 5. Evernote is valued to be worth more than the New York Times. 6. Like Evernote, Dropbox lets you keep your digital life in sync. 7. Edmodo is the go-to way for teachers to have an online classroom worth using. 8. The folks at Class Dojo know how to keep your class in line. 9. Coming out of nowhere, there has been a big push to get principals, teachers, parents, and even students to blog. 10. Related:  Technology in the ClassroomOutils TICE

How to create a student-centered digital classroom - eClassroom News | eClassroom News | 2 Creating this student-centered workshop setting, in which students often choose what to do and how to demonstrate mastery skills, takes patience and perseverance. The key to success is teaching students many web tools, which they can place in their “technology toolkit,” an online world of applications and programs that can be used in many ways to discover concepts and to curate information. From the beginning of the year, we learn new websites and applications. No more than a month in, students have six to 10 resources in their tech toolkit. Now, when they work on a project, they decide which tools are most effective and will best demonstrate inquiry of knowledge and mastery of skills. In our Reading All Year project (RAY), for example, students learn book structure, genre, and figurative language. Most of the previously mentioned web tools have comment sections for feedback from both the teacher and the student. So, what made that one particular day great?

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Consigli ad insegnanti fortunati con un tablet in classe L’inclinazione di tutti coloro che entrano in possesso di un dispositivo mobile è di mettere da parte il libretto delle istruzioni e cominciare subito a scaricare le APP gratuite che soddisfano i loro gusti e le loro preferenze. E’ certamente l’inclinazione della maggioranza degli studenti ma può esserlo anche degli insegnanti. Primo consiglio: non farlo! Il tablet non è un laptop e non può essere trattato come tale. Secondo consiglio: il tablet non è un PC! L’introduzione di un tablet in classe obbliga a ripensare le forme della didattica e a definire nuove metodologie di insegnamento. Fonte: tabtimes.com Terzo consiglio: datti un metodo e adotta nuove forme didattiche! Ogni scuola e ogni classe ha le sue specificità, caratteristiche ed esigenze. Quarto consiglio: personalizza ma non esagerare e fallo insieme agli studenti. Quinto consiglio: adotta subito strumenti Cloud e Workflow! Sesto consiglio: presta attenzione alla sicurezza e dota il tablet di una Password.

Three ways social studies teachers use tech Increased access to devices and digital tools makes it easier for social studies teachers to integrate technology into their teaching Social studies lessons are becoming more engaging and interactive, thanks to a variety of classroom technology tools and resources. Here are a few examples. OER in the classroom Shannon Blake, an eighth grade social studies teacher at the Charleston Catholic School in Charleston, S.C., uses Net Texts, a free open educational resources (OER) content management and delivery platform, to access and create information, organize it by chapter or subject, and make it available to her students. Teachers can select existing courses or combine items from the OER library with their own resources to create new courses. Students access courses via an iPad, Android device, or web app. “Having resources on a tablet, as opposed to in a book, is great,” Blake said. QR codes boost engagement Deeper interaction with content “The teachers love it,” he said.

10 outils collaboratifs pour la classe Article mis à jour le 2 mai 2020 par Fidel Navamuel C’est une des principales avancées apportées par les tice en classe, la possibilité de faciliter le travail collaboratif entre l’enseignant et ses élèves ou entre les élèves eux-mêmes. Travail en commun et interactivité dopent l’investissement de chacun. On ne compte plus le nombre d’outils en ligne permettant le travail collaboratif dans la classe. Twiddla. Bubbl.us. Google Drive. Google Hangouts. Edmodo. SocialFolders. Cacoo. Titanpad. Bounceapp. Wiggio.

Teaching using web tools | Education, lesson plans, technology 25 Teaching Tools To Organize, Innovate, & Manage Your Classroom 25 Teaching Tools For The Digital Classroom: Tools To Organize, Innovate, & Manage What You Do by Mike Acedo Over the years, many of us have personally experienced the growth of technology in today’s classrooms. The use of smart phones, tablets, and other tech items in the classroom do not necessarily have to have a negative impact on student achievement. Below are some resources that teachers may find useful when attempting to implement technology into their classrooms, separated by 5 common areas that are increasingly important for teachers, and for an effective learning environment—Organization, Project Based Learning, Class Management, Presentations, and Assessment. Organization Engrade This innovative platform provides teachers with an all-in-one grade book that offers attendance charts, grade books, calendars, seating charts, behavior tracking, and more. TheTogetherTeacher On this site, teachers can find multiple resources that will help them stay organized in their classrooms. Dipity

10 outils pour la classe multiplateforme Les classes dans lesquelles on n’impose aucune technologie en particulier font face à différents défis, notamment celui de la compatibilité. Pour alléger un peu ces soucis, il est bon de connaître certains outils qui fonctionnent de la même façon, peu importe la plateforme (Mac, PC, iPad, Android, etc.). En voici quelques-uns. Lorsqu’on pratique le « BYOD » (Bring Your Own Device, ou Apportez votre appareil numérique), on a l’avantage de la diversité et de l’économie, mais on se retrouve avec une multitude d’outils technologiques différents. Un élève apporte un Macbook, l’autre une tablette Android. Bonne nouvelle! Voici une sélection d’applications de création utiles aux élèves, tirée de différentes sources citées à la fin de l’article. Haiku Deckwww.haikudeck.com C’est une application de présentation dans laquelle les élèves créent sous forme de diaporama. Alors, votre classe est-elle « neutre » côté appareils? À propos de l'auteur Audrey Miller Pour suivre l'auteur :

ScreenTask, condividere lo schermo del PC con qualsiasi computer @Bugeisha (Martina Oliva) 23 febbraio 2014 Di software grazie ai quali è possibile condividere lo schermo del PC ne esistono diversi ma molti di questi sono a pagamento e/o richiedono la messa in atto di diverse e complesse procedure di login e di configurazione. Chi è alla ricerca di una soluzione, per così dire, più semplice ma comunque valida potrà sicuramente trovare molto interessante una risorsa quale ScreenTask. Si tratta di un applicativo gratuito, di natura open source ed utilizzabile su tutti i sistemi operativi Windows (sia a 32-bit sia a 64-bit) che permette di condividere lo schermo con altri utenti sulla rete locale Wi-Fi o LAN. Una volta che ScreenTask è in esecuzione viene fornito un URL univoco che può essere condiviso con gli altri computer parte della rete locale e grazie al quale è permessa la condivisione dello schermo senza dover effettuare alcuna installazione di software. Configurare l’utilizzo di ScreenTask è inoltre molto semplice. Download | ScreenTask

8 digital learning myths dispelled Digital learning’s popularity is skyrocketing, but many myths go undisputed As digital learning in the classroom gains more support from educators, parents, and students, a national education group has released a toolkit that defines digital and blended learning, offering tips to help promote the benefits of a more digital-centric education. The Center for Education Reform’s 2014 Digital Learning Toolkit defines blended learning as “an approach that involves a myriad of delivery mechanisms via online tools for students, no matter where they live or attend school.” The toolkit offers tips on how to debunk myths about online learning, ways to change public discourse, and how to clearly promote and express blended learning’s benefits to community leaders, the media, and policymakers. According to the toolkit, one key tip involves using data to back up arguments in favor of digital and blended learning, because data showing real results can have a powerful impact.

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