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New Teacher Survival Guide: Technology in the Classroom

New Teacher Survival Guide: Technology in the Classroom | New Teacher Orientation | Scoop.it
Today's students love using technology in the classroom. Watch how one new teacher incorporates a variety of technology to help kids understands lesson concepts. New teacher tools.

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Nicki Daniels's curator insight, December 11, 2012 9:06 PM

Video is 16 minutes long but extremely helpful.  Viewer is able to see how a 1st year social studies teacher uses technology to take lesson to the next level.  In the video, there are a lot of tips that teachers can keep in mind while developing lesson (such as not starting with what tool on the internet students will use but having lesson, objective, and pedagogy in place first) as well as several online tools that teachers may not have known about before.  When technology is used as a way to improve a lesson instead of the actual lesson, the positive impact on students is much higher.  

 

Bonus: On the right hand side of the video are questions you can ask yourself and answer to make sure that you are taking away what you need to from the video.

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Survival Guide for New Teachers

Survival Guide for New Teachers

How New Teachers Can Work Effectively with Veteran Teachers, Parents, Principals, and Teacher Educators


Via Jill Bromenschenkel
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Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom: Technology Tips For New Teachers (Or Old Ones Too...)

Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom: Technology Tips For New Teachers (Or Old Ones Too...) | New Teacher Orientation | Scoop.it

Tech Tips for New Teachers


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Careers at Connections Academy: Special Education Teacher

Careers at Connections Academy: Special Education Teacher | New Teacher Orientation | Scoop.it
The Special Education Teacher will be responsible for the successful completion of the following tasks:• Manage and provide instructional guidance, virtual teaching and general strategies for a caseload of students; • Develop, write and help implement IEPs and 504 plans; • Evaluate tests and assessments, complete report cards and conduct parent conferences;• Communicate regularly with parents/learning coaches of students with special needs to insure that their IEP goals are being met, and that their needs are addressed in a timely and appropriate fashion;• Consult with teachers and coordinate the implementation of specially designed instruction as defined in the IEP regarding students with specific needs and potential learning issues; • Provide direct services to students including services delivered through web-conferencing software, as needed; • Schedule, organize and conduct IEP related meetings in a virtual environment, as needed; • Participate in the school’s Student Support Team; help teachers and learning coaches develop and implement program modifications and strategies for all students; • Assist, as needed, with the organization and proper implementation of all paperwork, documentation and procedures for the IEP process; • Assist with locating service providers for students needing related services as mandated by their IEPs; • Assist with negotiating and executing contracts with service providers for students requiring such services; • Maintain accurate and up-to-date data in the school’s Learning Management System and special education software;• Assist with administering state testing and coordinate the special adaptations that are required based on the IEP;• Other duties as assigned. Requirements • Degree in Special Education or related Education Field• Valid Special Education credential in Idaho• Experience in policy (IDEA) and/or administration with Special Education• Strong technology skills (especially with Microsoft Office products)• Excellent communication skills, both oral and written• Customer focused approach• High degree of flexibility• Demonstrated ability to work well in fast paced environment• Team player track record• Willingness to travel on occasion for marketing and state testing events (may require occasional overnight travel)
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17 Tips For New Teachers From Experienced Teachers

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17 Tips For New Teachers From Experienced Teachers

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100 Blogs Every New Teacher Should Read

100 Blogs Every New Teacher Should Read


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