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Month May 2021

AR & VR Lesson Ideas #TECH6363

Community-based AR & VR Lesson Ideas Community as a classroom is an unexpected way to incorporate augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). The approach for these lesson ideas relies on Dani’s statement “turn communities into classrooms by encouraging teacher… Continue Reading →

Join the 2021 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge

It is time for the 2021 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge! Educators just experienced an unprecedented school year – a whole year – in incredibly challenging circumstances. We should have all kinds of thoughts on how online platforms augmented our teaching and… Continue Reading →

Amazon Prime Day 2021

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Amazon has shared in a press release that the 2021 Amazon Prime Day sale in June. The annual two-day online sale was disrupted by supply chain issues due to COVID-19 last year and was delayed. But Amazon is committing to… Continue Reading →

Twitter Starter #TECH6363

Twitter can be overwhelming. You may benefit from a Twitter Start Kit! Consider this infographic on how to find Twitter resources. How to Find Twitter Resources || Twitter #StarterKit || #edchat Click To Tweet Feel free to download a copy… Continue Reading →

Online Teacher Communication #TECH6363

Online teacher communication is essential to a successful online course. Make a copy of the podcast transcript to follow along. Why does Online Communication Matter? Teachers know how to communicate with students. We have used some techniques for years, decades,… Continue Reading →

Online Teachers Peer Review Each Other

A peer review may take place in the early stages, or drafts, of a multiple-step project. The peer review may focus on a topic of interest to learners at a point in time in order to reinforce the concept, a… Continue Reading →

Grow Digital Collections to Courses

Our district started crowdsourcing online content almost a decade ago. The content was teacher-facing, imagine an electronic Teacher’s Edition. Three years ago the goal was changed to student-facing content. Content items addressed standards, but with little continuity, no module/unit feel…. Continue Reading →

Research Productivity #TECH6363

Productivity Productivity is often viewed by output alone, but that ignores the input by which the output should be judged. The Harvard Business Review (2014) frames the concept of productivity as a “…focus not on dollars per hour but on labor dollars per product” (p.4). As schools invest dollars to boost productivity the… Continue Reading →

The Lifecycle of a Course

Lifecycle of a Course Courses have to start somewhere. Never be afraid to launch version one of your course – otherwise, it will never improve! The Lifecycle of a Course #Infographic #edchat Click To Tweet Evaluation Evaluation is the process… Continue Reading →

Accessibility for All #TECH6363

The work of assuring content is accessible is often viewed from the viewpoint of already created content. Content that has already been created once may give the impression of extra work; the act of assuring the content is accessible additional… Continue Reading →

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