Survival Tips for Integrating Technology


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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…
  • Survival Tips for Integrating Technology

    1. Survival Tips for Teaching with Technology
    2. The number one benefit of educational technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative … productive … learn things they didn't think they could learn before, and so in a sense it is all about potential. - Steve Ballmer Photo by One Laptop per Child,
    4. Tip: Discover what tools your students currently use
    5. GoogleForms 1rqtefBP2wgcgOp7eAPdXe9kQ3x_loT3iQQWtY5KEu9M/viewform
    6. Tip: Focus on the learning iPad car mount by hammershaug,
    7. iPad car mount by hammershaug, Pedagogy is the driver, technology is the accelerator. - Michael Fullan Via
    8., Andrew Churches © Image: @SylviaDuckworth
    9. Photo by Mavis, Crowdsource learning Peeragogy Howard Rheingold,
    10. In Her World by Nana B Agyei, Flickr Kidblog Edmodo Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) Google Classroom Moodle Edublogs Haiku Learning Schoology Wiki Weebly Educlipper
    11. Photo by Hertsens.Stef, Social bookmarking & curation Diigo Storify Pearltrees Scoop.It Flipboard Pinterest Livebinders Educlipper
    12. Bookmarklet Extension
    13. Mindmaps ePortfolios Digital stories Podcasts Blogs Games Videos Scavenger hunts Comics Infographics Tutorials
    14. Now let’s find the right tool/app!
    16. Apps & Tools
    17. Tip: Add a technology component to current lessons or projects
    18. Digital Posters Canva Buncee Thinglink Tackk Piktochart Biteslide Smore Tackk Glogster PicCollage
    19. The technology may fail you at times!
    20. Tip: Check the technology right before the lesson
    21. Did you…? Shut it down Ask for help Google the problem Unplug it Reboot
    22. Tip: Have students learn the tools, then offer tech support
    23. Tip: Have a back-up plan
    25. Personal/Passionate Learning Networks Refueling the Way We Teach
    26. Find your teachercommunity!
    27. Tip: Partner with parents
    29. Tip: Get students & parents to sign an Acceptable/ Responsible Use Policy (AUP)
    30. Analog and Digital VOL. Entertainment by Guian Bolisay, Tip: Cover digital literacy & citizenship daily so it becomes a habit
    31. Image altered, Class of 2012 by Dave Lawler, Will this spread digital pollution? How will this act impact society? How does this message make your relatives, peers, & partner feel?
    32. How do I manage this?
    33. Image KSC-04PD-0583 CC by NASA Group work Facilitate Learning stations
    34. Calendars
    35. Activity Logs Top cup is their status! • Yellow= sunny & bright, we’re all right! • Blue= through, next to do? • Red= help!!! The Cup System
    36. Tip: Have fun!
    38. Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important. - Bill Gates
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