Shared #ISTE18 Resources
Via Emily Rothering
Via Cassie Nix on Twitter
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Ideas to get students making in language arts. Engage struggling readers by giving them authentic opportunities to practice, reading, writing, and illustrating.
We’re at ISTE announcing 12 updates to help teachers stay organized and cultivate creative learning environments. Via Thomas Furhman
Moving to Digital Leadership: the KIDS June 9, 2018 The ideas of Digital Leadership and Digital Advocacy are all great in THEORY but being an elementary librarian at a Title I school, with students AND TEACHERS that do not have a firm grasp on Digital Citizenship I know that simply saying "Let's promote Digital Leadership! Find your passion! Start influencing others!" is not going to work....Ok, how do I do this at the ELEMENTARY LEVEL?
Panel presentation. Via Matt Miller
Presentation slide via Maria Galanis & Billy Spicer
Presentation by Carolin Skibba & Sue Gorman.
Presentation Overview, slides & resources. Presenters: Zach Desjarlais, Sally Kroon & April Whipple.
Presenter: Laura & John Thomas.
Presenters: Mandy Froehlich & Evan Abramson.
The number of Chromebooks used in schools has exploded over the last few years! Why are they so popular? Are they worth having or are they just another device schools are buying? How do they compare to the PCs we currently use in our schools? In this session, Jerry and I point out the differences between […]
1:1 virtual, collaborative global STEAM (STEM + Arts) courses between students all around the world. Presenter: Tina Coffey
Presenters: Staci Trekles and Denise Frazier.
Presenter: Michael Voskoboynik,
Presentation. Presenter: Kristi Frankina.
Presenter: Kate Tinguely.
Professor Kathryn Moyle. Australian Council for Educational Research. Open Educational Resources provide a strategic opportunity for school leaders to facilitate dialogue, share knowledge and build capacity
Presenter: Stephanie Hazelton. Resources, apps, activities, etc.
Professional Development Resources.
Presenter: Becky McDowell, K-5 STEM Teacher/Team Leader, Beth Nelson, K-5 STEM Teacher.
Presenters:Cheryl Wilson &bAmy Huyck. Exploring prepared map lessons for various content areas Exploring online mapping tools in order to: customize learning in classroom to meet different educational needs explore various data maps and draw conclusions based on the data facts Accessing story maps
Presenters: Dr. Scott Garrigan and Dr. Sara Heintzelman. Assistive technology usually addresses physical disabilities, but what technologies address COGNITIVE disabilities? This session shares successful techniques for students identified with AD/HD, autism, social and emotional disabilities, and developmental/cultural deficiency. Experienced SpEd and tech presenters guide your access and use of specific apps, sites and resources addressing each disability.
VR Science videos made for Google Cardboard. Use the Youtube App on an Android phone to experience true VR. A collection of free VR videos.