Can so see this not only for the Fine Arts teachers for their yearly art gallery but for every teacher who still likes to hang posters in the hallway! This will integrate technology into a well-loved lesson plan.
"It isn't the device that creates an improvement in achievement," says Hobson. "It's the changes in instructional strategies that make improvements." Planning and more planning is required for BYOD program.
In November, I gave a presentation (resources to be found here) to a packed room row at Vermont Fest, (For the rest of the introduction and a summary of the first two parts of the presentation, please read part ONE and part TWO.) So, here is...
The topic of the “bring your own technology” movement seems to be an affordable and flexible solution to the issue of bringing expensive technology into ou
Linda Dougherty's insight:
"The three most-pressing socioeconomic issues are: 1) integrating devices in an appropriate manner, 2) the availability of equitable devices and services, and 3) the social impact of technology segregation in the classroom." Points out the concerns with attempting to teach a lesson with multiple platforms not to mention multiple levels of studet expertise.
"The ever clever Russel Tarr has developed a new neat tool for creating fictional text message exchanges between fictional and or historical characters. The Classtools SMS Generator is free to use and does not require students to log-in. To use the SMS Generator just click the left speech bubble icon and enter a message. Then to create a reply just click the right speech bubble icon and enter a new message. You can make the exchange as long as you like. To share the conversation click the sprocket icon and grab the embed code, direct link, or QR code for the exchange. "
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