Personalize with Purpose: Meeting Learners Where They Are

Digital Promise

The rapid development of more sophisticated and available technology that teachers can use as tools to help meet various learning needs. The post Personalize with Purpose: Meeting Learners Where They Are appeared first on Digital Promise.

Smartphones Meet Adult Education

Digital Promise

The post Smartphones Meet Adult Education appeared first on Digital Promise. Mobile technologies allow adult learners to study anytime, anywhere, extending their learning far beyond classroom hours.

Meeting Organization with Evernote

Educational Technology Guy

Meetings, meetings, meetings. For meetings, it is indispensable. Here''s how: I clip the meeting/appointment slot from Outlook into Evernote. This way, everything related to the meeting is in one place. I use a template for meeting notes (see below) and copy it into this note. I will add questions I have before the meeting and then use it for the meeting itself. I tag the meeting note for easy searching later.

Better Meetings Through Pedagogy

ProfHacker

It’s basically summer, and the only sort of meeting people are interested in, probably, is the sort pictured above. The meeting leader coordinates this activity and guides us through the agenda items starting with the most pressing, immediate, popular needs first. I know, I know.

Schedule Meetings Anywhere with Meet

ProfHacker

This happens via a 3rd-party keyboard, which is called Meet. This is ever-so-slightly confusing, as Meet is part of the Sunrise app, not a separate installation. Calling the keyboard Meet makes sense, though, when you’re using the iOS keyboard picker.)

Meet Me Inside, Meet Me Inside

The Jose Vilson

The post Meet Me Inside, Meet Me Inside appeared first on The Jose Vilson. The students already dispersed. They left desks misaligned, books out-of-place, looseleaf discarded, and the only adult in the room weary.

STEM Project: When Minecraft Meets Google Streetview.

EdTech4Beginners

Google Street View is amazing. It allows you to walk the streets of the world and view amazing artefacts and monuments. Minecraft is a tool that can be used to build and create things. How can I use these tech tools in a STEM project?

Avoid Death by PowerPoint: Flip Your Meetings

Turning Learning On Its Head

We were talking about how too many corporate meetings turn into death by PowerPoint. This was followed up by several meetings with key scientists to ascertain the threat that the incident posed for the mission. Meetings can also be flipped. So how do you flip a meeting?

Consider Perforating Your Meetings

ProfHacker

What is really new is the idea of a perforated meeting I tried recently. Michael Berman of CSU Channel Islands invited me to join one of their department meetings. They’re just…meetings. This meeting was emergent. Would you consider perforating your meetings?

5 Ways to Add Morning Meetings to Special Ed Classrooms

The CoolCatTeacher

Dr. Felicia Durden shares methods behind having a powerful morning meeting in special education classrooms. 5 Ways to Add Morning Meetings to Special Ed Classrooms. So Felicia, give us our first idea for adding Morning Meetings to the Special Ed Classroom.

Meeting student needs through student-centered learning

Neo LMS

Meeting student needs through student-centered learning. Student-centered learning meets all of the above student needs and more. The post Meeting student needs through student-centered learning appeared first on NEO BLOG.

COLUMN: When body meets mind in learning

The Hechinger Report

The post COLUMN: When body meets mind in learning appeared first on The Hechinger Report. A teacher stands at a white board in front of her fourth-grade class and begins teaching one of math’s most fundamental concepts: the meaning of an equal sign in the middle of an equation.

DigiWriMo, meet the Make Bank

K12 Open Ed

I’m taking part in another open collaborative learning event in November: DigiWriMo. In talking about this with a group of folks last night , someone asked “ As a college student working on my elementary major, how could I use this writing piece in my future classroom?”

“How can we Help ELLs Meet Common Core Standards?”

Larry Ferlazzo

How can we Help ELLs Meet Common Core Standards? is the new question-of-the-week at my Education Week Teacher column. Feel free to leave a response in the comments section there or here… Ed Week Teacher

Meeting Wendell Berry

TeachThought - Learn better.

Meeting Wendell Berry by Terry Heick “Because of the penmanship.” The post Meeting Wendell Berry appeared first on TeachThought. The man I’d been chasing for ten years now had been speaking with two authors seated next to him at.

Schedule with Meet

Hansen's Link to Tech

Welcome to Google Meet. Google Meet is simply a scheduled meeting space similar to apps such as GoToMeeting, Webex, and JoinMe however however is built on the G Suite platform to make it easy to connect with your colleagues. How to Connect (Option 1): Start a New Meeting.

Student Book Budget: Meeting with Vendors

Barrow Media Center: Expect the Miraculous

Each year, we meet with several vendors to look at book samples, catalogs, and websites. Instead, they capture every book that looks interesting to our readers and meets our purchasing goals. Every year, we meet with our Capstone sales rep, Jim Boon.

Meet NEO at BETT 2018!

Neo LMS

Well, this video speaks for itself: Meet NEO at BETT 2018! Exactly one week from now the NEO team will be present — for the second time — at the ExCeL Expo Hall, eager to meet everyone there. Meet us at Booth F302! We’re really looking forward to meet you at BETT 2018!

LED Throwies Meet the Magnetic Board

User Generated Education

LED Throwies Meet the Magnetic Board. I have been offered an opportunity to teach maker education again at a local summer enrichment program during summer, 2016.

Meet the Webinators

edWeb.net

At the ISTE 2017 conference this year, edWeb held a poster session to “Meet the Webinars” where three of our “star” Webinators – Michelle Luhtala, Shannon Holden, and Rachel Langenhorst – met with some of their edWeb fans and continued to spread the word about the free world of edWeb PD

Six iOS 11 Features to Meet Student Needs

EdTechTeacher

Here are some practical tips for teachers to meet the needs of all student learners. #1. The post Six iOS 11 Features to Meet Student Needs appeared first on EdTechTeacher. From Instructor Rosey McQuillian. Follow Rosey on Twitter @romcquill .

Kids, Meet Alexa, Your AI Mary Poppins

NPR Learning and Tech

Amazon has announced new kid-friendly features and parental controls for the Echo home assistant. What do AI experts think about encouraging kids to spend more time with Alexa? Image credit: Amazon

Meet Learner 2.0

Learning with 'e's

I'm presenting a keynote speech in Brisbane for EduTech next week, and the theme for my talk is 'Meet Learner 2.0'. Photo by JISC Meet Learner 2.0

What a Makerspace Can Mean for the Writing Classroom—Takeaways from NWP Annual Meeting

Educator Innovator

Librarian and maker Colleen Graves recaps a lively and learner-driven session on makerspaces and embracing making as teachers of writing at the 2016 NWP Annual Meeting. I also realized I need to make time to come to the National Writing Project Meeting EVERY YEAR! Educator Innovator Blog makerspace Making NWP Annual Meeting nwpam16

Meet Google Keep, and 6 ways it can help schools

Ditch That Textbook

For a long time, I’ve been a list-maker and a note-taker. You should see my desk. It’s littered with them. The worst is when I take down some valuable details and then leave the paper sitting on my desk at school.

This Is What It’s Like To Teach Online And Meet Your Students In-Person

EdNews Daily

In this interview, Ian shares his experience and describes what it was like to meet his students face to face. First, as an experience is was truly moving to meet my students. My favorite part of teaching is meeting new students.

Meet NEO at OEB 2017!

Neo LMS

Meet NEO at OEB 2017! The only constant is change. This doctrine of change being central to the universe is thousands of years old, yet it seems so contemporary. In fact, change is so ingrained in every aspect of our daily lives that we always wonder about what will happen next.

Where Classroom Design Meets Design Thinking

Edsurge

When educators first consider redesigning learning spaces, they might immediately conjure up mental images of free-flowing Starbucks lounges or something out of the Cult of Pedagogy blog’s Classroom Eye Candy series. Yet the impulse to tackle aesthetics first is often premature, according to Rebecca Hare, who teaches art and design in St. Louis and has served as a design consultant for various schools. Everybody comes to me with the catalog and says, ‘We love these tables, what do you think?’

Zen and the Art of Meaningful Meetings

Edsurge

Last week I had the extraordinary opportunity to spend time in the company of some very smart, interesting and generous university innovators when California State University Channel Islands hosted a meeting for the group, called the HAILstorm. At the end, we were asked to reflect on what we would take away from the meeting and how it might affect our practices on campus. Perhaps there doesn’t have to be a manifesto or action plans—perhaps the act of meeting has value in itself.

Meet Our New Partners: iKeepSafe & the Internet Watch Foundation

Securly

To achieve this badge, companies must meet all requirements outlined in primary federal and California laws. We are excited to announce our partnership with two organizations at the forefront of online child safety initiatives: iKeepSafe and the Internet Watch Foundation ! The mission of each respective organization aligns perfectly with our own commitment to keeping kids safe online. iKeepsafe has also awarded us the California Privacy Badge.

7 Ways To Sabotage Meetings

The Innovative Educator

When you want to get a project done it is imperative that when working with others you understand what elements lead to a high performing team as well as understand the strategies required to make meetings effective.

Meeting Parents Half Way

The Web20Classroom

If you have read any of my leadership posts in the past you know I am all about reflection. One of the most important things good leaders do is reflect. Time must be taken to think about the direction our organizations are going and if any adjustments, at any level, need to be made.

Michigan Meet Up with Be the Difference and Funky First Grade Fun

Kleinspiration

Michigan Blogger''s Meet Up I am excited to announce a meet up that I am going to be attending along with Maria at Be The Difference and Kimberly at Funky First Grade Fun. We are meeting in July over coffee at the Biggby Coffee in Northville.

3 Musts-Haves During Virtual Meetings and Calls

techlearning

You do not want your meetings or calls to look like this: When you do, there are some protocols to put in place. Whether you are an innovative educator or a student, in the 21st century, we’re all global learners who make global collaborations.

How to Lead: Meet Our Five DILA Administrator Winners

Digital Promise

This blog post was originally published by EdSurge. Guest co-author Mary Jo Madda is an Associate Editor at EdSurge. Being an administrator is a tough job, but administrators make all the difference when it comes to leading schools and districts towards innovation and change.

When Schools Meet Trauma With Understanding, Not Discipline

MindShift

Then she started meeting with a school social worker. “Shane has been struggling,” she says, describing a meeting just days before between herself, a social worker, a student dean and Shane’s mom.

Meet the All New Flipgrid! #flipgridfever

Barrow Media Center: Expect the Miraculous

The all-new Flipgrid is here! We’ve been teased for months with what improvements were on the way to this already phenomenal tool, and at a live stream announcement, the details were released. If you are new to Flipgrid, there’s no better time to get started than now.