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A true gift from SHEG: DIY digital literacy assessments and tools for historical thinking

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SHEG currently offers three impressive curricula that may be put to immediate use in secondary classrooms and libraries. Using everyday digital content, the COR paper and online assessments directly connect to the questions posed in SHEG’s study and engage learners in credibility decision-making around three COR Competencies: Who’s behind the information? The free assessments include Google Docs assessments to copy and digital rubrics to download.

What is Actively Learn and Why Should I Try it?

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They can look up words they don’t understand and translate the text into a long list of languages that may be their native or a secondary language they are learning. Once teachers create an account, they set up their classrooms either by importing student lists from Google Classroom, Microsoft, Clever, or Edmodo, or by providing the class join code to students. I like that student research done through Actively Learn can be merged into Google Docs.

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Top 10 Reasons to Sign Up for Summer Learning with Ask a Tech Teacher

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And Google Hangouts. Well, at least in the classroom. A secondary focus (but of significant interest with educators I polled) is technology as change agent in achieving Standards, enabling teachers to fulfill Common Core requirements without adding that ‘extra layer’ many teachers fear will take more time/knowledge/effort than they have available. Digital portfolios—via wikis. Flipped Classroom—attendees learn in a ‘flipped classroom’ environment.

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Top Ten Reasons to sign up for Summer PD

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And Google Hangouts. Well, at least in the classroom. A secondary focus (but of significant interest with students I polled) is technology as change agent in achieving Standards, enabling teachers to fulfill Common Core requirements without adding that ‘extra layer’ many teachers fear will take more time/knowledge/effort than they have time for. Digital portfolios—via wikis. Flipped Classroom—attendees learn in a ‘flipped classroom’.

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Top 10 Reasons to Sign Up for Summer Learning with Ask a Tech Teacher

Ask a Tech Teacher

And Google Hangouts. Well, at least in the classroom. A secondary focus (but of significant interest with educators I polled) is technology as change agent in achieving Standards, enabling teachers to fulfill Common Core requirements without adding that ‘extra layer’ many teachers fear will take more time/knowledge/effort than they have available. Digital portfolios—via wikis. Flipped Classroom—attendees learn in a ‘flipped classroom’ environment.

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Teachers' Essential Guide to Teaching with Technology

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What is the best way to set up my classroom for device use? Are there benefits to allowing student phones in the classroom? How can digital citizenship lessons help me get the most out of teaching with technology? The classroom is a great place to model media balance. One way to do this is by encouraging students to learn how to use digital creation tools. What is the best way to set up my classroom for device use?

Telestream Screenflow: An Podcasters Guide to Creating Professional Screencasts and Tutorials

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Throughout the entire digital media lifecycle, from capture to viewing, for consumers through high-end professionals, Telestream products range from desktop components and cross-platform applications to fully-automated, enterprise-class digital media transcoding and workflow systems. Screencasting simple How-to videos and creating standards-based flipped classroom videos is one of those skills that every teacher should have in their back pocket. Digital Presentations.