Survival Tips for Integrating Technology in Classes
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  • "If we teach today's students as we taught yesterdays, we rob them of tomorrow” Dewey
  • From Sue Lyon-Jones
  • From Sue Lyon-Jones
  • I mean that day at least 30 minutes to an hour before the lesson.
  • The best thing is you get to make this experience individualized. You get to choose…

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  • Survival Tips for Teaching with Technology
  • Photo by One Laptop per Child, The number one benefit of educational technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative. It lets people be productive. It lets people learn things they didn't think they could learn before, and so in a sense it is all about potential. - Steve Ballmer
  • Tip: Focus on the learning iPad car mount by hammershaug,
  • iPad car mount by hammershaug, Pedagogy is the driver, technology is the accelerator. - Michael Fullan Via
  • Creativity Collaboration Digital Literacy Play Citizenship Experimentation Real-world connections Peeragogy Exploration
  • Mindmap Presentations Digital stories Podcasts Blog Games Video clips Scavenger hunts Comics Fliers Tutorials
  • Tip: Discover What Tools Your Students Currently Use
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  • Example Questions
  • Tip: Familiarize Yourself with the Pedagogy & Skills Needed
  • By Robin Good
  • • Students shape their learning & the curriculum • Instructor(s) builds the foundation & provides various opportunities for learners to collaboratively create and curate the content and resources • Students learn from & support each other Howard Rheingold Co-learning & Peeragogy
  • Digital Blooms by Kelly Tenkely,
  • Tip: Add a technology component to current lessons or projects
  • Digital Posters Buncee Thinglink Piktochart Biteslide Smore Tackk Glogster PicCollage ImageChef Muzy
  • Tip: Finding the right tool(s)
  • Tip: Create a digital sandbox!
  • Tip: Learn to use the tool
  • The technology may fail you at times!
  • Tip: Check the technology right before the lesson
  • Did you…? Shut it down Ask for help Google the problem Unplug it Reboot
  • Tip: Have students learn the tools, then train others!
  • Tip: Have a Back-Up Plan
  • Tip: Get Connected
  • Twitter Google Plus LinkedIn Nings Facebook
  • Tip: Get Parents Onboard!
  • Analog and Digital VOL. Entertainment by Guian Bolisay, Tip: Cover digital literacy & citizenship each time technology is used.
  • Day 152 of 365: sitting by Arek Olek, Where might this message travel? Who will read it? How will this message impact people?
  • Tip: Get students & parents to sign an Acceptable/ Responsible Use Policy (AUP)
  • vision-not-protection/
  • Tip: Have fun!
  • Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important.” ~ Bill Gates
  • Twitter: @ShellTerrell