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How To Build Powerful Tech-Infused Lesson Plans

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From apps to web tools, there are a lot of ways to infuse some technology into your lesson plans. Here are a few key ideas!
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Keeping the purpose in front allows you to infuse tech in meaningful ways.

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Tech Integration for Engagement: Cybraryman Internet Catalogue

Tech Integration for Engagement: Cybraryman Internet Catalogue | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
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Tech integration:  everything here (but the kitchen sink).

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The Innovative Educator: Technology: Tool of Engagement or Distraction? | Web2.0 Education

The Innovative Educator: Technology: Tool of Engagement or Distraction? | Web2.0 Education | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
RT @jelmerevers: It all depends on the student and context- Technology: Tool of Engagement or Distraction?

 

As always..............moderation and balance are needed.  Once you muck around in the the information (often using technology) you need to reflect and do something with what you have.  This does require silence.  But then again, you will go bak to technology to slam it all together.  

 

Moderation.  Both/and.........

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Misconceptions of Teaching with Technology

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We all know at least one person who refuses to be drawn to technology. 'It's too difficult', 'I'm too old', 'It's not for me'....the excuses are vast and reasoning fairly simple to understand for technology is at once scary and exciting.
Mary Perfitt-Nelson's insight:

"We all know at least one person who refuses to be drawn to technology. ‘It’s too difficult’, ‘I’m too old’, ‘It’s not for me’….the excuses are vast and reasoning fairly simple to understand for technology is at once scary and exciting. For a multitude of people who have not yet experienced  the draw of technology, even if they do have to use a computer, they simply do not ‘see’ beyond their own experiences."


It isn't going away.  STILL-  purpose first!

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Mark E. Deschaine, PhD's curator insight, August 6, 2015 11:50 PM

"We all know at least one person who refuses to be drawn to technology. ‘It’s too difficult’, ‘I’m too old’, ‘It’s not for me’….the excuses are vast and reasoning fairly simple to understand for technology is at once scary and exciting. For a multitude of people who have not yet experienced  the draw of technology, even if they do have to use a computer, they simply do not ‘see’ beyond their own experiences."

 

It isn't going away.  STILL-  purpose first!

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Power in the Classroom

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I am not sure I say it often enough because research is, as a doctoral student, my number one job but I love teaching.
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A Paradigm to Integrate THAT Technology into YOUR Classroom

A Paradigm to Integrate THAT Technology into YOUR Classroom | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
The five ideas below are a suggested starting point if you are integrating new technology into your classroom. From a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) programme, to a class set of hardware, an internet...
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