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Tech Implementation


It has been an insanely busy couple of weeks. I have been implementing many of the ideas I gathered at TCEA13 and students have really responded to most of them really well.

  • Google Drive (drive.google.com): After initial set up with middle school students, they were impressed that I got the updates as they typed them. A live demonstration of the drive sealed the deal. So far students have submitted their last two projects via Drive. It has also been a powerful tool to use with parents because I can show them how much work students are (or are not) putting in on the projects every day. Love It!
  • I used “Teach Parents Technology” (http://www.teachparentstech.org/) with a few parents during conferences. I am adding it to my school webpage as a result. It worked–really well.
  • Snag-It Stamps (http://t.co/Oc7wBqoh): LOVE these. It is easy to annotate and mark up texts and they look really polished on the screen.
  • Trying classroom achievements based on gamer badges now. Will post the results soon.
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TCEA Day 3


I am picking up a great deal of new tips, tricks, apps, etc. on day 3 of TCEA.

Become a Google Ninja
Jeff Utrecht, a Google Ninja Master offers a free series of lessons and tests designed to make you a Google power user.
Google Ninja Training

Be part of the Education Revolution
Reach students where they are, armed with what they use every day.
goo.gl/MvDuV

Use a Google Hangout to “meet” students after school or keep office hours.

More to come…

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