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How To Improve Differentiation With Educational Technology | MyWeb4Ed

How To Improve Differentiation With Educational Technology | MyWeb4Ed | MyWeb4Ed | Scoop.it

One of the unique things about technology integration that I have experienced in my own role as an Educational Technology Specialist is that teachers often believe that technology integration involves a project of some sort and that the technology takes center stage. Interestingly, I find that teachers make the same mistake when considering differentiation. While a project is certainly an admirable goal and one that should be encouraged, when calming the fears of teachers, it is a good idea to remind them that technology integration and differentiation occurs in a variety of ways and there are many options that are not as formal as a project.

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No Time To Waste! (Part 2) Find Great Interactive Websites Quickly

No Time To Waste! (Part 2) Find Great Interactive Websites Quickly | MyWeb4Ed | Scoop.it

Now, let’s continue with our discussion of finding great interactive websites that support our students academically for use on a classroom website or for teaching a lesson in the classroom.Let’s find some great sites for your website assignments. Remember, the sites you add benefit students the most if they teach, provide guided practice, and independent practice. Try this example by following these steps:

Go to Google at www.google.com .

Type “Scientific Notation” interactive (with the quotes) in the “Search” field and hit return...

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MyWeb4Ed: Create An Instructional Classroom Website

MyWeb4Ed:  Create An Instructional Classroom Website | MyWeb4Ed | Scoop.it

Thank you for joining me for MyWeb4Ed’s two-week course: Creating a Classroom Instructional Website. This course will guide participants through the creation and management of a classroom website. This website will provide students with 24/7 access to assignments, projects, reviews, and important course resources. The completed website will also allow parents access to critical information to support classroom activities and increase student academic success. The completed website will contain the 5 critical pages for a successful instructional classroom website: Home Page, About Me Page, Information Page, Sharing Page, and Assignment Page. The Assignment Page, the most critical of the five website pages, teaches content and provides guided and independent practice to provide students the academic resources necessary to ensure mastery and will be a highlight of this course. Learners will discover the best practices for implementation in a face-to-face classroom setting.

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