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Digital Technology Professional Development

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An overview of multiple digital media formats for use in education.

An overview of multiple digital media formats for use in education.

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  • - digital conversion implemented 2015-2016
    -2014-2015, teachers 3-5 have iPads. Two school carts of iPads (total 50)
  • -3rd grade: Can use with Wax Museum project
    -5th grade: Can use with State Fair
    -all icons are interactive - links to images, video, assignment, etc. Fully customizable. (unable to upload document, though)
  • -can access anywhere.
    -can be shared
    -better for teachers or older students (research based)
  • older kids can generate rubrics as well.
    let kids know what they need to do to receive the score they want
  • user friendly
    easy to use individually. Not collaborative. Can only create on one computer. Share to any
  • Stormboard has educational templates
    Padlet is very user friendly
  • very easy to use. Fun for kids to create
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    • 1. Technology for Teachers and Students by Kate Kranzush
    • 2. Digital Conversion 2014-2016 As we prepare for our digital conversion, let’s become comfortable with digital tools that both teachers and students can use to enhance teaching and learning.
    • 3. Thinglink Thinglink is an interactive image. Teacher created Kid created Can be used as an assignment or an assessment. www.thinglink.com
    • 4. Diigo Online bookmarking site for teachers or students completing research Organizable into categories and sub-categories All resources in one spot.
    • 5. Rubistar -Rubistar is an online rubric generator for teachers. -You can browse other rubrics or create your own. -Rubrics can be as generic or specific as you’d like. great for project based learning
    • 6. Smore Smore is an online site that allows users to create custom flyers. Excellent for assignments or to use as a graphic organizer throughout a unit. Users can add images, videos, and text
    • 7. Digital Whiteboards Padlet and Stormboard Collaborative Online Boards Excellent for: Word of the Day Exit Tickets Questions about content
    • 8. Big Huge Labs Big Huge Labs is an online image manipulator that can make motivator posters, movie posters, and photobooth strips. Excellent for word definitions Teacher or student created Create writing prompts Teach character traits
    • 9. Image Credits Chesboro, Janine. mmm smore. [image] Retrieved from https://www.flickr.com/photos/pixietart/2649579030/in/photolist-6C2ShD-aoCv7N-dEZqkE-mC9BH-9Y3teZ-7TgBAi-gfS4Mt-afZ Diigo. (2014, June 8.) Diigo-evolution2 [Image]. Retrieved from http://help.diigo.com/_/rsrc/1376965380174/home/diigo-evolution2.png Discovery Education. Male Student Looking at Ipad [Image] Available from www.discoveryeducation.com Discovery Education. Wide Shot of Laptop Computers with Students Working. [image] Available from www.discoveryeducation.com Discovery Education. Wide Shot of Student and Teacher Looking at Smartboard [Image] Available from www.discoverye ducation.com Discovery Education. Wide Shot of Students Writing on White Board [Image]. Available from www.discoveryeducation.com Quirk, D. (2013, July 29). Blog Thumb Padlet. [image] Retrieved from http://www.teq.com/blog/2013/07/5-tips-for- creating-an-interactive-classroom/#.U5TSrSTlfpo
    • 10. Image Credits Chesboro, Janine. mmm smore. [image] Retrieved from https://www.flickr.com/photos/pixietart/2649579030/in/photolist-6C2ShD-aoCv7N-dEZqkE-mC9BH-9Y3teZ-7TgBAi-gfS4Mt-afZ Diigo. (2014, June 8.) Diigo-evolution2 [Image]. Retrieved from http://help.diigo.com/_/rsrc/1376965380174/home/diigo-evolution2.png Discovery Education. Male Student Looking at Ipad [Image] Available from www.discoveryeducation.com Discovery Education. Wide Shot of Laptop Computers with Students Working. [image] Available from www.discoveryeducation.com Discovery Education. Wide Shot of Student and Teacher Looking at Smartboard [Image] Available from www.discoverye ducation.com Discovery Education. Wide Shot of Students Writing on White Board [Image]. Available from www.discoveryeducation.com Quirk, D. (2013, July 29). Blog Thumb Padlet. [image] Retrieved from http://www.teq.com/blog/2013/07/5-tips-for- creating-an-interactive-classroom/#.U5TSrSTlfpo