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Tech Ed Resources for your Class–K-8 Keyboard Curriculum

Ask a Tech Teacher

I get a lot of questions from readers about what tech ed resources I use in my classroom so I’m going to take a few days this summer to review them with you. K-5 (237 pages) and Middle School (80 pages), 100 images, 7 assessments. 120 pages, dozens of images, 6 assessments.

Students Are Slipping Through the Cracks of Special Education. Schools Must Do Better.

Edsurge

Special education services often included classes separate from the regular classroom. Assessment data would have flagged Jason as a general education student with learning gaps who would have benefited from intervention. This is the story of a student who got lost in the system.

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Holiday Reading: 6 Books That Will Transform Your Classroom – SULS042

Shake Up Learning

The post Holiday Reading: 6 Books That Will Transform Your Classroom – SULS042 appeared first on Shake Up Learning. With that in mind, Kasey shares 6 books that will transform your classroom, as long as you take action on the advice. 6 Books That Will Transform Your Classroom.

Laser Cutters in the Classroom

Kathy Schrock

FLUX offers an Air Fume Extractor for the classroom so you would not need to vent it out a window.) USING BEAMO IN THE CLASSROOM There are many online resources that include tons of great ideas for the use of a laser cutter to support the curriculum and school community.

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7 Educational Transformations for Any Classroom

EdTechTeam

It’s an exciting time to be a teacher, and a student, with all of the newest gadgets, apps, and tools available for our use in the classroom. Seeing the student’s smiles, the teacher’s high level of engagement with the students, and trying new things together is what makes a classroom a special place. Many of these have been in place before, but with the latest updates in technology, and access to the world like never before, they are high priority to continue and to build upon.

Tech Ed Resources for your Class–K-8 Keyboard Curriculum

Ask a Tech Teacher

K-8 Keyboard Curriculum (four options plus one)–teacher handbook, student workbooks, companion videos–and help for homeschoolers. K-5 (237 pages) and Middle School (80 pages), 100 images, 7 assessments. 120 pages, dozens of images, 6 assessments. Classroom grade level teachers–if your tech teacher doesn’t cover basic tech skills. With teacher direction as a classroom unit, or independently by students–self-paced via workbooks and videos.

Tech Ed Resources for your Class–K-8 Keyboard Curriculum

Ask a Tech Teacher

I get a lot of questions from readers about what tech ed resources I use in my classroom so I’m going to take a few days this summer to review them with you. K-8 Keyboard Curriculum (four options plus one)–teacher handbook, student workbooks, companion videos, and help for homeschoolers. K-5 (237 pages) and Middle School (80 pages), 100 images, 7 assessments. 120 pages, dozens of images, 6 assessments. Keyboarding in the K-8 Classroom.

Self-Regulation in Blended Learning Environments

Catlin Tucker

In classrooms where students are told what to do and how to do each task, they may not have the opportunity to develop the initiative, resourcefulness, and persistence needed to develop their ability to self-regulate (Zimmerman & Moylan, 2009). Handbook of self-regulation (pp.

Tech Ed Resources–K-8 Keyboard Curriculum

Ask a Tech Teacher

I get a lot of questions from readers about what tech ed resources I use in my classroom so I’m going to take a few days this summer to review them with you. K-5 (237 pages) and Middle School (80 pages), 100 images, 7 assessments. 120 pages, dozens of images, 6 assessments.

10 Books You’ll Want to Read This Summer

Ask a Tech Teacher

It takes into account recent changes such as connectivity, open-source technology, mobile devices, and personalization of learning to dramatically shift how schools have been run for over a century. A Handbook for Beginning Teachers. Though printed in 1999, this handbook for beginning teachers continues to offer a well-balanced approach to teaching methods bridging both the idealism of teaching and the realism of American schools.

How Co-Teaching Helped Our New Teachers Support Students, In-Person and Online

Edsurge

“I hope it works, I hope it works,” I muttered to myself as Tonja, the student teacher in our classroom, logged into Zoom to reach the remote learners in our class. At the time, technology in the classroom was limited to two Macintosh computers that ran programs on floppy disks.

The Balance with Catlin Tucker: Featuring Lisa Highfill

Catlin Tucker

In this episode of The Balance , I talk with Lisa Highfill , a mother, educator, instructional coach, and co-author of The HyperDoc Handbook. She was a classroom teacher for over twenty years and is currently a technology integration coach in the Pleasanton Unified School District.

How Are Educators Continuing Powerful Professional Learning Online?

Digital Promise

Edcamp Edtech , meanwhile, created an open-to-all event focused on using technology for assessments, learner variability, and equity and inclusion, and EdcampRL hosted their entire event asynchronously on Twitter. Navigate changing norms online and in physical classrooms.

Tech Ed Resources for your Class–K-8 Keyboard Curriculum

Ask a Tech Teacher

I get a lot of questions from readers about what tech ed resources I use in my classroom so I’m going to take a few days this summer to review them with you. K-8 Keyboard Curriculum (four options plus one)–teacher handbook, student workbooks, companion videos, and help for homeschoolers. K-5 (237 pages) and Middle School (80 pages), 100 images, 7 assessments. 120 pages, dozens of images, 6 assessments. Keyboarding in the K-8 Classroom.

Tech Ed Resources for your Class–K-8 Keyboard Curriculum

Ask a Tech Teacher

I get a lot of questions from readers about what tech ed resources I use in my classroom so I’m going to take a few days to review them with you. K-8 Keyboard Curriculum (four options plus one)–can include a teacher handbook, student workbooks, and a special package for homeschoolers. K-5 — 6 grades, 238 pages, 7 unique assessments, 5 templates, over 100 images; sold as print or digital. 120 pages, dozens of images, 6 assessments.

The Balance with Catlin Tucker: Featuring Lisa Highfill

Catlin Tucker

In this episode of The Balance , I talk with Lisa Highfill , a mother, educator, instructional coach, and co-author of The HyperDoc Handbook. She was a classroom teacher for over twenty years and is currently a technology integration coach in the Pleasanton Unified School District.

Tech Ed Resources for your Class–K-8 Keyboard Curriculum

Ask a Tech Teacher

I get a lot of questions from readers about what tech ed resources I use in my classroom so I’m going to take a few days this summer to review them with you. K-8 Keyboard Curriculum (four options plus one)–teacher handbook, student workbooks, companion videos, and help for homeschoolers. K-5 (237 pages) and Middle School (80 pages), 100 images, 7 assessments. 120 pages, dozens of images, 6 assessments. Keyboarding in the K-8 Classroom.

Student Portfolios with Google Sites – SULS091

Shake Up Learning

Student portfolios are great for ANY classroom! This strategy can be implemented in just about any classroom. Showcase portfolios work especially well as summative assessments at the end of a grading cycle or semester. Get Mike’s Pear Deck How-To Handbook.

5 Reasons to Love Hyperdocs and Digital Lesson Design

EdTechTeam

Hyperdoc digital lesson design allow teachers the opportunity to develop, design, curate and create content and assessment that is authentic to your classroom and audience. From Hyperdoc Handbook co-author Lisa Highfill: Be My Valentine Text Set. Check out the Hyperdoc Handbook: Digital Lesson Design using Google Apps by Lisa Highfill, Kelly Hilton and Sarah Landis. She is inspired by teachers & students designing their own learning experiences through technology.

Tech Ed Resources for your Class–K-8 Keyboard Curriculum

Ask a Tech Teacher

I get a lot of questions from readers about what tech ed resources I use in my classroom so I’m going to take a few days this summer to review them with you. K-8 Keyboard Curriculum (four options plus one)–teacher handbook, student workbooks, companion videos, and help for homeschoolers. K-5 (237 pages) and Middle School (80 pages), 100 images, 7 assessments. 120 pages, dozens of images, 6 assessments. Keyboarding in the K-8 Classroom.

Why a 21st Century Teacher Isn’t Just a “Guide on the Side”

EdNews Daily

The focus instead remains on classroom management and traditional behavioral tools. Under industrial rules, a teacher is trained (‘prepared’) to implement a skill—to follow a pacing guide, roll out a reading program, deliver content, and ‘manage’ a classroom. No matter how much Google or AI invades the classroom, teachers will still deliver knowledge. Digital Learning Featured professional development Technology SEL technology Thom MarkhamBy Thom Markham.

Microsoft Education Resources

Educational Technology Guy

This post originally appeared on Educational Technology Guy. Microsoft Education Resources Microsoft for Education Site "Empower students today to be the creators of tomorrow and to achieve more" Microsoft Education Transformation Framework Flexible platform for education transformation Microsoft K-12 Education Transformation Framework: Modern teaching and learning Course Microsoft Education Resource Center implement the Education Transformation Framework in your school or district.

Leveling Up Language Learners’ 21st-Century Skills with Minecraft

Edsurge

Fast forward a few weeks; Minecraft kept finding its way into my classroom. This involves navigating search engines, identifying key ideas, evaluating and assessing the quality of information and adapting it to the player’s own unique game world context. Whether a recreation of a famous landmark, an original build in response to a classroom topic, or the setting for a narrative tale, nothing is more powerful than a project generated by the students’ own voices.

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HyperDocs in Math

EdTechTeam

Now my students look at their mistakes and learn from them before the assessment is given. I have experimented with many things in the classroom throughout my career and I can honestly say this works and I love it for many reasons. They are able to complete interactive materials with instant feedback and built in self assessments. HyperSlides is based on the strategy coined in the HyperDoc Handbook: Intentional Lesson Design Using Google Apps. Self-Assessment.

How to craft useful, student-centered social media policies

eSchool News

If not, schools and classrooms risk everything from digital distraction to privacy violations. Avoid blanket opt-outs that generalize all technology or obfuscate how specific social media platforms will be used. Most important: As with any technology, attach social media use to clearly articulated goals for student learning. They serve a valuable purpose, but not one that impacts classrooms. So how do we make these policies more relevant to classrooms?

How an LMS Can Solve Professional Learning's Challenges—and Keep Master Teachers Engaged

Edsurge

He’s been involved with cutting-edge educational technology, including virtual worlds, mobile applications, new media, and the web, for more than 15 years. Districts have to release teachers from their classrooms to attend, but it’s getting hard and harder to find substitutes. For example, we did a training for the Michigan Department of Education on how to administer state assessments. It was the first time we ever did this; they usually handed out 48-page paper handbooks.

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How to Craft Useful, Student-Centered Social Media Policies

Graphite Blog

If not, schools and classrooms risk everything from digital distraction to privacy violations. Avoid blanket opt-outs that generalize all technology or obfuscate how specific social media platforms will be used. Most important: As with any technology, attach social media use to clearly articulated goals for student learning. They serve a valuable purpose, but not one that impacts classrooms. So how do we make these policies more relevant to classrooms?

Impero Software Announces Philip Walters as its New Chairman

techlearning

Austin, TX, May 18, 2018 – Impero Software, a leading provider of classroom management, network and online safety software to schools, today announces Philip Walters as its new board chairman. Walters currently serves as Advisory Director of Investcorp, which assumed ownership of Impero Software through its technology-focused private equity Fund, Investcorp Technology Partners, in August 2017.

HyperDocs and the teacher librarian

NeverEndingSearch

HyperDocs are perfect opportunities to grow teacher librarian/ classroom teacher partnerships. According to the HyperDocs site , HyperDocs, a transformative, interactive Google Doc replacing the worksheet method of delivering instruction, is the ultimate change agent in the blended learning classroom. With strong educational philosophies built into each one, HyperDocs have the potential to shift the way you instruct with technology. Desired outcome (explore, apply, assess)?

REINVENTING.SCHOOL Live Show Today - The Exploding Trend of "Pandemic Pods" and Micro-Schools #reinventingschool #learningrevolution

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

Mara Linaberger, EdD is Founder & COO, Microschool Builder, and the author of The Micro-School Builder’s Handbook. In a past life, I've written about architecture--specifically, how technology, biology, and culture intersect in our experience of our environments and selves.

How to Craft Useful, Student-Centered Social Media Policies

Graphite Blog

If not, schools and classrooms risk everything from digital distraction to privacy violations. Avoid blanket opt-outs that generalize all technology or obfuscate how specific social media platforms will be used. Most important: As with any technology, attach social media use to clearly articulated goals for student learning. They serve a valuable purpose, but not one that impacts classrooms. So how do we make these policies more relevant to classrooms?

Free edTPA Tools Support Teacher Candidates and Programs

Edthena

We came to this work via our existing partners who were already using edTPA, and they asked us to build a solution that went well beyond offering a way to download the edTPA handbooks. Our portfolio builder is set up such that the instructions from the edTPA handbook are available for each task part. Our task parts are configured to only accept the file types allowed per the assessment specification.

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Learning with 'e's

Should we still be organising learning experiences as a gradient of 'terminal learning objectives' in an age where learning is changing, and where personal technologies and social media are increasingly significant? Assessment methods are changing too. But just how desirable is it in today's classrooms? Technology has changed that. Handbook I: Cognitive Domain. Handbook II: Affective Domain.

How to Craft Useful, Student-Centered Social Media Policies

Graphite Blog

If not, schools and classrooms risk everything from digital distraction to privacy violations. Avoid blanket opt-outs that generalize all technology or obfuscate how specific social media platforms will be used. Most important: As with any technology, attach social media use to clearly articulated goals for student learning. They serve a valuable purpose, but not one that impacts classrooms. So how do we make these policies more relevant to classrooms?

How Online Book Read-Alouds Can Help Students’ Literacy and Connection During Social Distancing 

MindShift

When her middle school opened for a few minutes the next day, the seventh grade English teacher and creator of the Global Read-Aloud grabbed all the books she could from her classroom library, before the school closed for the foreseeable future. .