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Guide to Student-to-Student Teaching With Online Video | Edudemic

Guide to Student-to-Student Teaching With Online Video | Edudemic | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
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I think we often underestimate the power of student generated teaching content!  There are some wonderful suggestions in this article. Talk about student voice!

 

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The 5 Best Plagiarism Detection Tools for Educators | Edudemic

The 5 Best Plagiarism Detection Tools for Educators | Edudemic | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
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Good list of tools.  Not all free.

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An EdTech Primer: Technology Use, Benefits, And Online Safety Tips

An EdTech Primer: Technology Use, Benefits, And Online Safety Tips | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
An EdTech Primer: Technology Use, Benefits, And Online Safety Tips
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Teaching Digital Students Non-Digital Things -

Teaching Digital Students Non-Digital Things - | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
Teaching Digital Students Non-Digital Things by Terry Heick Ed note: This is a post we’ve edited a couple of times now to both update and clarify its theme, which is why you may recognize it....
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Using Pre-Needs Assessment for Effective PD

Using Pre-Needs Assessment for Effective PD | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
Personalize your PD by using tools like Google Forms, Padlet, and Nearpod to learn what teachers already know and what they need to know.
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6 Tips for Teachers on Social Media in a Connected World

6 Tips for Teachers on Social Media in a Connected World | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
There's no hiding from it anymore.  It's either already sucked you in, or it's coming for you. There's even an entire huge initiative and month dedicated to using it to connect you with other educa...
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How to Turn a Teacher into a OneNote Ninja

How to Turn a Teacher into a OneNote Ninja | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
All aspiring OneNote Ninjas must begin their journey with the basics.  The first thing a young ninja must do is learn the ways of http://www.onenoteforteachers.com. This is a Teacher-focused site with bite-sized interactive training that will take you from beginner to expert in no time. Each lesson is only a few minutes long and the skills you learn will pay off handsome rewards in your teaching future and save you valuable time every day.  
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Everything you need to know to start using OneNote like a pro!  Many links to additional information and examples in action.

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That's Not a Rubric, and You're Using It Wrong: 5 Ways to Clean Up The Mess - Brilliant or Insane

That's Not a Rubric, and You're Using It Wrong: 5 Ways to Clean Up The Mess - Brilliant or Insane | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
Nearly every time someone criticizes rubrics or speaks to the damage they inflict on learners, I can't help but agree with their criticisms.
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Useful Tools Students Can Use to Create 3D Models (Work on Chromebooks too) ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Useful Tools Students Can Use to Create 3D Models (Work on Chromebooks too) ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
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Max Goes to the International Space Station « Story Time From Space

Max Goes to the International Space Station « Story Time From Space | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
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How incredibly awesome is this?  I found myself mesmerized by the view in the background.

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30 Things You Can Do To Promote Creativity in Your Classroom

30 Things You Can Do To Promote Creativity in Your Classroom | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
The concept of teaching creativity has been around for quite some time. Academics such as  E. Paul Torrance, dedicated an entire lifetime to the advancement of creativity in education. Torrance fac...
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Great resource with references and links!

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Is Social Media ruining students?

Is Social Media ruining students? | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
This infographic paints a very interesting picture on the relationship between social media and our students. This provides more justification on why we need to teach the proper ways of using socia...
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Fascinating look at the influence of social media on students.

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The Genius Hour Design Cycle: A Process For Planning -

The Genius Hour Design Cycle: A Process For Planning - | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
The Genius Hour Design Cycle: A Process For Planning by Nigel Coutts, thelearnersway.net Ed note: Part 1 of this 2-part series can be seen here; note that some of the language has been slightly revised...
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The Digital Divide: Resource Roundup

The Digital Divide: Resource Roundup | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
Learn more about the changing landscape of the "digital divide" in education and beyond, and explore resources that discuss how to help all students develop digital and media literacy.
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Another helpful collection of articles and links from Edutopia.

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16 Habits of Mind Essential for 21st Century Learners ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

16 Habits of Mind Essential for 21st Century Learners ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
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Melissa Marshall's curator insight, January 25, 11:09 PM

I remember doing Habits of Mind in my first year of teaching with Year 7. I also taught the same class English, RE and S&E, and we would constantly make links across each of the Habits as we went through the day. For instance, 'are you taking a responsible risk?' 'Have you gathered data through all senses?' The students could see how these Habits were helpful, and I was able to develop a strong teaching vocabulary that would model and assist students (and myself) in metacognition. 

Carmen Ramos's curator insight, January 26, 10:13 AM

Eigenschaften von Lernern im 21. Jahrhundert. Fördern wir sie?

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Unexpected Tools That are Influencing the Future of Education

Unexpected Tools That are Influencing the Future of Education | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
Unschooling, greater independence for the student and teacher, and getting in touch with our social and emotional selves are just some of the topics that have inspired educators and life-long learners.
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2015: The Year of the Learner | WIRED

2015: The Year of the Learner | WIRED | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
Handing every student a tablet or laptop will not magically usher our classrooms into the future. Instead, the future of education will be created by learners themselves. It’s tricky for schools to keep up with the pace of innovation. That’s why the very students and learners who are so plugged in outside the classroom —…
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Moovly - Create Animated Content like a Pro

Moovly - Create Animated Content like a Pro | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
Moovly is an online tool that allows you to create animated videos, tutorials, explainers, presentations, infographics, video clips, display ads or e-cards.
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Animated video creation tool, offering a free use of the tool or premium discounted plan for education.  Looks promising!

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STEM vs. STEAM: Why The "A" Makes All The Difference | Edudemic

STEM vs. STEAM: Why The "A" Makes All The Difference | Edudemic | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
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David W. Deeds's curator insight, January 22, 6:47 AM

Had our "Intro to STEAM" session this past Tuesday.

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Are You A Whole Teacher? A Self-Assessment To Understand -

Are You A Whole Teacher? A Self-Assessment To Understand - | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
Are You A Whole Teacher? A Self-Assessment To Understand by TeachThought Staff Whole Child Learning is a thing; Whole Teaching should be a thing too, no? Here at TeachThought, Jackie Gerstein’s usergeneratededucation is at the top...
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This is powerful!

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Everything Teachers Need to Know about Google Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Everything Teachers Need to Know about Google Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
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Helpful guide for Google Classroom.  Google tools are amazing!

 

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Creating an Authentic Maker Education Rubric

Creating an Authentic Maker Education Rubric | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it
To assess maker projects in your class, begin with a three-part rubric to guide students through process, understanding, and product.
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This article has helpful information and links for assessing maker projects.  It's like Edutopia knew we were looking for suggestions!

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What does an engaged student look like? - Daily Genius

What does an engaged student look like? - Daily Genius | Technology to Teach | Scoop.it

"Teachers want their students to learn, but they also want them to be interested in learning and excited about learning, which will ameliorate both the experience and the process. If you’ve ever tried getting students excited about subject material that is less than exciting, you know this isn’t always easy.

There are a lot of different factors that come together to make a student successful – and the combination varies from student to student. Some rely on natural ability, some rely on the success of their peers to motivate them, others need a huge teacher-parent-peer support system to make any academic success happen. That said, nearly every student can be successful – at least to some degree- if they’re engaged."


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