Top 22 Ways To Use Technology in the Classroom
If your state adopted the Common Core State Standards, 75% of you will administer yearly assessments online. If students haven't used online tools or software for classwork, this can be a daunting task. Having computer devices as optional education tools is much different from requiring students to use those devices for graded assessments. This can be intimidating for both students and teachers. The good news: It doesn't take as much time and practice as you might think to prepare for these tests by utilizing technology in the classroom. What it does require is a techie mindset: An acceptance that technology is part of the daily academic landscape, that it be integrated into assignments, practice, modeling, homework, assessments, projects, portfolios, grading rubrics, expectations. Here, I'll focus on “practicing basic tech skills.” Learning isn’t as one-way as we tend to think. Our goal-setting teaching strategies to pass along to your students. Use it to differentiate teaching.
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