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Intn'l & National Presentations:
Campus Technology Workshops
ISTE 2013 Mini-workshop
PASSHE 2012 Virtual Conference
Title V 2012 Symposium, San Juan
State Level Presentations:
MN TIES 2013
MN TIES 2014
100 Uses of a Document Camera
Animoto in Education
Digital Tools for PBL
Edmodo for Educators
Google in Education
Favorite iPad Apps
iPads for Administrators
Mobile Devices in Education
Moodle for Educators
QR Codes in Education
Smarter than a SMARTBoard
Social Media in Education
Twitter for Educators
Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers
Education T'nT Blog
Professional Portfolio Wiki
Jenna's Wiki Collection
Ed Tech Faculty Wikis:
Free Tools for Project-Based Learning and Authentic Assessment
ISTE National Educational Technology Standards
Digital Tools to use in the Classroom:
Create videos using your pictures and music, the Animoto library, or copyright free files.
(It's worth going through the steps to access the FREE Education account - Start with a Basic account, click on Education --> Learn More --> Apply Now)
Create word documents, projects & posters, evaluate text.
Create wall announcements, notes, projects, backchannel chats & more!
Try creating your own Infograph to present data, ideas, and concepts learned.
(Resource from ISTE/Verizon project
Google Forms (part of Google Docs)
For simple poll / quiz creators that allow for varied questions.
Flipped learning, course management, and online discussions are easy with the free CMS.
Classroom collaboration is easy with the brainstorming website.
Kid created, easy to use, great way to share writing projects.
Talking Avatars for vocab, sharing concepts, and more. Also includes lesson plans!
Instead of always using PowerPoint to present ideas.
Educational student/teacher created website - can be or do nearly anything!
Digital lists help you to maintain all of your favorite Web 2.0 Tools for easy student access.
Check out this
. The list includes many more sites to explore (about 20 in all).
help on how to format text
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