Remove Future Ready Remove Learning Remove Technology Support Remove Twitter

Why Is This In My Room?- Starting the Year With EdTech

CUE

Let’s think about a few ways in which we can better prepare ourselves for OWNING these technology tools in our classroom. Have you ever used another teacher’s classroom and were completely thrown off by the technology setup? Hey, how’s your year starting?

EdTech 140

9 Steps for Choosing a Device

Tom Murray

Here’s a 9 step process to support your decision-making process. Create a shared vision for what teaching and learning should look like three to five years down the road. Work collaboratively to answer the question, “What do we want teaching and learning to look like in our classrooms in three to five years?”. Districts can often be seen purchasing vast amounts of technology based on little to no research or evidence. This post is sponsored by Samsung.

CUE 2018: How IT Departments Can Minimize Downtime and Maximize Education

EdTech Magazine

When technology fails in the classroom, it takes away from valuable instructional time and hinders student learning. Rather than instructors pointing fingers at IT staff (or vice versa), Antwon Lincoln, instructional technology coordinator at Chula Vista Elementary School District , says that collaboration and communication are the keys to success. How to Marry IT and Instructional Technology. Twitter.

#ICE18: Redesigning a Classroom Is Not About Being “Pretty for Pinterest”

EdTech Magazine

Simply adding technology to a classroom doesn’t make it an innovative space. Leaders looking to shift learning must think more holistically. “It’s It’s imperative that classroom design is driven by the desire to create personal and authentic learning experiences for students,” says Tom Murray, director of innovation for Future Ready Schools , a project of the Alliance for Excellent Education. “It’s SHENINGER: The learning environment has changed. Twitter.

EdTech 109