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5 Revisions for your Online Classroom

Now that you have an online classroom how should you improve it? Here are 5 revisions for your online classroom. These suggestions will create a better learning experience for your participants. 5 Revisions for your Online Classroom #edchat Click To… Continue Reading →

Suggested #EdTech Reading #TECH6363

This annotated bibliography is a list of ten topics emerging in K12 educational technology. Each of the 10 listed discusses the importance and relevance of the topic, differentiation opportunities, and associated resources. I would submit that K12 and higher education… Continue Reading →

Inclusive Technology Rubric #TECH6363

The assignment of creating a geolocation-based lesson culminated in a rubric for the purposeful inclusion of instructional technology when teaching in an inclusive classroom. Inclusive Technology Rubric #TECH6363 #edchat Click To Tweet  Geolocation Lesson A Geolocation lesson I would propose… Continue Reading →

ARCS: a Model for Online Learner Engagement

An existing engagement model is perfect for online learner engagement, revisit Keller’s ARC model for fresh ideas on what to add to your online classroom for increased student engagement. Use this proven model for online learner engagement #edchat Click To… Continue Reading →

Articulate 360 #TECH6363

I have used Articulate software since it was an install on a beefy desktop I had for it and Captivate software. I have also viewed content from our state department of education created over the years made in Articulate to… Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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