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Kahoot vs Socrative

Wow another blog entry and within a couple of days. Amazing! :)

This probably has been done before but I’ll put my two cents into the mix. 451 more words

Class Ideas

Peer Instruction, a first experiment

After writing enthusiastically last week about the presentation by Eric Mazur that I had attended in Utrecht I thought a follow up was necessary. I couldn’t possibly leave it at just an interesting and new bit to the selection of ‘activating lesson forms’ that I and every teacher walks round with. 774 more words

Finding Time for Technology in Writing Workshop

I think my students would tell you that our classroom is a happy, productive place. They would also tell you that it’s predictable. Monday through Thursday, we write during notebook time, read mentor texts and take notes during the lesson, and write and confer during workshop. 1,076 more words

Writing Workshop

T509 Project: EdTechTeacher Self-Paced Course on Formative Assessment Tools

It was so great seeing people’s projects at the T509 Project Faire! I wasn’t able to see everyone’s but the ones I did see were amazing! 556 more words

Harvard

Socrative Web 2.0 Tool: Helping Activate Student Voice and Make Student Learning Visible

In Area 8, the Exit Ticket for Innovators Day 1 was created by V.P. Kathleen Wong using Socrative.  But, there are LOTS more you can do with this FREE Web 2.0 Tool! 43 more words

TECH TIPS

Socrative Web 2.0 Tool: Great Way To Activate Student Voice and Make Your Students Learning Visible

In Area 8, the Exit Ticket for Innovators Day 1 was created by V.P. Kathleen Wong using Socrative.  But, there are LOTS more you can do with this FREE Web 2.0 Tool! 48 more words

Tech Tips

Tools for Quick Check-ins with Students

I recently had the pleasure of meeting with a department whose members are interested in ways to integrate technology in their teaching and student learning.  We focused on technology tools that allow for quick student engagement to kick off a lesson, gauge student understanding at points during a class, or wrap-up a lesson.   1,048 more words

Technology Integration