Some teachers embrace technology and social media. Others lurk. Many ignore. So what does the average teacher do if they’re somewhere in the middle? Why, use the handy infographic from Online Colleges of course!
See how you can leverage Google Maps and Earth to connect your classroom to the world. This session will highlight relevant ways, including iPad-specific applications, and the underlying philosophy of how these tools can be used in your classroom. The Earth is interdisciplinary and you should be using it!
This project is modeled after Parkland School Division's (Alberta, Canada) 184 Days of Learning Blog and it is intended to share some of the stories from the Burlington Public Schools for the 2012-2013 school year. Through this project we hope to share the voices of Burlington Public Schools and how we are a community of learners enjoying our journey together.
"Digital apps designed to teach young children to read are an increasingly large share of the market, but parents and educators have little to no information about whether and how they work. Produced as part of a collaboration between the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, the New America Foundation, and the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop, this report scans the market of digital products and shares promising practices and programs."
"Evaluating the information you find is a key critical thinking skill. This page introduces specific criteria that you can use to go beyond a gut feeling that a website or article is "good" or "bad." The memorably named C.R.A.P. test (Currency, Reliability, Authority, and Purpose/Point of view) is a tool for backing up your judgement with a clear explanation of WHY a source is good or bad depending on what you'll use it for.
Sanborn Regional High School has been acknowledged by Bramonte and Colby (2012) as a leader in a movement from traditional to competency-based grading for all courses in the State of New Hampshire. A “competency” is the ability of a student to apply content knowledge and skills in and/or across the content area(s). At Sanborn, all courses use a competency-based grading system. By this, it is meant that assignments are linked back to the competencies that they are designed to assess and student performance is reported in a way that tracks student mastery of the competencies that have been identified for each course. This shift in focus allows the school to use report cards and transcripts to more accurately report what it is a student knows and is able to do.
"With that in mind, I have developed some important facts and opinions that our students should be completely aware of as they live in their digital world, creating digital footprints along the way.Digital
What this will do for you: At a school site where teachers are creating individual lesson plans by submitting lesson plans to a Google Form a coach or administrator can receive all of the lesson plans neatly formatted into a single folder in their Google Drive. These documents can then be printed and shared in a binder, shared electronically with teachers to encourage cooperation and collaboration and can be jointly edited and commented on by coach, administrator or grade level team.
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Google Drive makes it easy to share files, collaborate, and access your stuff from anywhere on any device. But how are you and your organization actually using it?
How has your use of Google Drive changed over time?
How much of your storage is being consumed by movies, music, and photos?
Who are the power users in your domain?