Who would have thought that learning could be so fun. My first graders had a blast singing along to the REPEAT Fugleflicks video about color, line, and shape pattern with my magic glowing wand. Have some Karaoke fun yourself with this link.
Kathy Schrock has been a foundation for many as they explore their understanding of technology and it's impact in the classroom. I suggest her work for all educators as she has curated an enormous amount of material over the years.
Teaching with a limited amount of technology can be difficult. Here are some excellent thoughts on how to approach classroom instruction with technology when you are not 1 to 1 and you have limited "stuff" such as 2 computers!
Are you looking for an effective way to have your students discuss online or to back channel? Check out todaysmeet.com. We have helped several classes to use this very effectively. Here is an example of teachers who brought their class together to talk about Ancient Rome.
Writer of the post stated, "I recently received an email from a media and tech teacher from a school district in Wisconsin. The questions she has asked are awesome and could be helpful to others. My answers to her questions are followed with actual video clips from my classroom. Enjoy and may this be helpful!"
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