How to Create Powerful Student ePortfolios with Google Sites

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The post How to Create Powerful Student ePortfolios with Google Sites appeared first on Shake Up Learning. Let’s Talk About How to Create Powerful Student ePortfolios with Google Sites! Google Sites is the perfect tools for you and your students to create ePortfolios. Yes, folks, we are officially dropping the “e” from ePortfolios. aka ePortfolio, Electronic Portfolio, Digital Portfolio, or Learning Portfolio).

With Instagram and ePortfolios, This Teaching Fellow Uses Tech to Support Literacy ?

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Teachers are learners, too” was one of the key messages for this year’s cohort of HP Teaching Fellows—26 primary and secondary educators who demonstrate powerful teaching and learning with technology. In what other ways have you leveraged technology to teach literacy? Source: Digital Promise Jenna recommends these resources Technology Tools.

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Technology and Capstone Courses

Dr. Shannon Doak

In the Guide to Capstone Education from the National Capstone Consortium there are a series of questions posed about technology and the role it should, could or might possibly play in a capstone course. It is important to note that capstone courses intrinsically vary from school to school, however, capstone as an inquiry-based process or one that is driven by student passions often rely on or use technology as a part of planning, design, and implementation.

It’s Not About Google (Part 4) – SULS047

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Even when we love technology and Google tools, we have to remember that it’s NOT about Google. But our older, secondary students need to be able to share and take claim to their accomplishments.

Digital Badges: credentialing the things that make us fully human

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Anastasis Academy education reform Evaluate inspiration Middle/High School Open Source Primary Elementary professional development Secondary Elementary Teacher Resources web tools Web2.0 Websites achievement APS assessment certify credly degree digital badges eportfolio equity human learning learning journey map mozilla backpack open badge pd reflection summit technologyTwo weeks ago, I attended the Digital Badge Summit in Denver, CO.

SumBlox: explore number relationships through visual/kinesthetic play

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What it is: Why yes, this is a technology blog. But no, this manipulative is not a technology product. I’m writing about SumBlox here anyway because technology led to the happy discovery of SumBlox and is a great reminder of why it is important to be a connected educator! ** This is not a sponsored post, I’m just super excited about this product and can’t wait to see what our students do with it!

Student Portfolios with Google Sites – SULS091

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Related: How to Create Powerful Student ePortfolios with Google Sites. Mike attended UW Madison where he received his degree in Secondary Education in Broadfield Science and Biology with additional certifications in chemistry and physics.

Read-Along Storybooks Using Audio in Google Slides

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Mike is also the author of one of the most popular blog posts on Shake Up Learning, How to Create Powerful Student ePortfolios with Google Sites. The post Read-Along Storybooks Using Audio in Google Slides appeared first on Shake Up Learning.

Authentic Assessments to Support Teaching and Learning

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Only 47% of secondary students surveyed reported being engaged, enthusiastic and committed to their learning. But What About Technology? Technology can be useful for learning when used as a communications tool for activities such as Skyping with a famous author. However, when it comes to authentic assessment in the digital age, technology can accelerate the self-directed learning partnerships when used as a context where learning is mediated and occurring.

What are your edtech resolutions?

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Frankie Jackson, chief technology officer, Cypress Fairbanks (TX) Independent School District. Our primary goal is to build a world-class-quality K-12 technology service system, including achieving Level 2 in the ‘process and results’ categories of the National Institute for Standards and Technology’s Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award for Education.”. Tina Coffey, instructional technology resource teacher, Roanoke County (VA) Schools.

Storms over liberal education: notes on the 2016 AAC&U conference

Bryan Alexander

I helped start the conference with a half-day workshop on “How Technology Can Enhance Liberal Education: The State of the Art in 2016.” ” Around 35 professors, deans, provosts, program directors, presidents from several nations (mostly the US) and a variety of institutional types came together, some with very different levels of technological experience. I had two measly slides for ePortfolios, the main thrust of which was “go to AAEEBL !”,

Week of May 15, 2011 - Live, Interactive, and Free Webinars in Blackboard Collaborate (Formerly Elluminate)

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

Online Model United Nations (O-MUN.org) is bringing United Nations simulations for secondary school students to Elluminate. link] EPORTFOLIOS IN MAY: EPORTFOLIOS IN THE TRADES ( Australia Series ) Mon 16 May 06:00PM New York / Mon 16 May 10:00PM GMT / Tue 17 May 08:00AM Sydney Coach Carole. Come join us and share in this exciting use of technology in the classroom. This course will explore current issues inherent in our technological world.

Future Trends Forum #9 with Gardner Campbell: full recording, notes, and Storify

Bryan Alexander

Gardner, participants, and I explored pedagogy, the power of the hyperlink, data, instructors, institutions, eportfolios, language, students, assessment, a great card deck, our personal histories, and a lot more. A few days later Campus Technology wrote up a fine account. Answer: teachers are often afraid of technology not working (old examples: filmstrips, movie projectors failing).

Future Trends Forum #9 with Gardner Campbell: full recording, notes, and Storify

Bryan Alexander

Gardner, participants, and I explored pedagogy, the power of the hyperlink, data, instructors, institutions, eportfolios, language, students, assessment, a great card deck, our personal histories, and a lot more. A few days later Campus Technology wrote up a fine account. Answer: teachers are often afraid of technology not working (old examples: filmstrips, movie projectors failing).

STEMxCon - Today Is the Final Deadline for Proposals; Great Keynotes + Sessions; Need Volunteers!

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Jim Vanides - Global Education Program Manager, HP - Sustainability and Social Innovation; Larry Johnson - CEO, The New Media Consortium; Yolanda Ramos - Director of Professional Development Services, International Society for Technology in Education; Mano Talaiver - Director, Longwood Institute for Teaching through Technology and Innovative practices (ITTIP) - "HP Catalyst Academy: A new approach to professional learning, designed especially for STEMx teachers."

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