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Week 2: Move over Moodle!

So my goal this week was to come up with two alternatives teachers can use as an alternative to the Moodle website. For anyone who is not aware of what Moodle is here is a short description. 1,106 more words

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How to Manage a Digital Classroom

Most teachers know about the importance of classroom management—it is instrumental to your success in impacting not just the accelerated learners, but those who are more reluctant to embrace instruction. 1,020 more words

Teach With Tech

Five essentials for launching a 1:1 deployment

  1. Network infrastructure. Depending on the device your district uses, this is essential. If internet connectivity is required to run a Chromebook, for example, then wifi needs to be up and running before deployment. 

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Rise And Converge

week 5: Digital Information

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Week  5 saw us looking at websites that bring together large masses of information. Utilising pinterest to gather knowledge about the variety of digital information bought awareness to the variants in information sources and their reliability, and also about how often technologies change. 407 more words

Digital Classroom

A Global Glimpse of the Digital Divide

Technology has been hailed by some as “the great equalizer.” As an IBM inventor and White House Champion of Change Dimitri Kanevsky asserts: “technology is constantly evolving to remove barriers that emerge due to a person’s social characteristics, geographic location, physical or sensory abilities.” But does technology in fact ‘remove barriers’ or does it only exacerbate pre-existing ones? 747 more words

Classroom Technology

Free Apps for Vocabulary Learning

The opposites - Students need to pair up antonyms appearing on their screens. Presented with the written and spoken forms of a word, they need to scan the screen looking for its opposite. 55 more words

Digital Classroom

Have Your Free iBooks in your Paperless Classroom

“The school must represent present life—life as real and vital to the child as that which he carries on in the home, in the neighborhood, or on the playground.”  John Dewey (1859 – 1952) 124 more words

Digital Classroom