QR Codes provide a signature for someone to access the content. Think of it as a shortcut to access the content. It is very similar to a hyperlink, but it can be displayed in our physical and digital worlds. It can transform physical and digital environments. In this same way, it can transform our classroomsContinue reading “Using QR Codes and Integrating them with Strategies to Amplify Learning”
Google Jamboard, like Google Slides, has many opportunities to integrate various instructional strategies to amplify student learning. Google Jamboard is an interactive slide that can act as a template for many strategies and activities in your classroom (see this blog to learn about how to use it). Like slides, it has an ease of useContinue reading “Instructional Strategies to Integrate with Google Jamboard to Amplify Learning”
Season 1 of Navigating Education – The Podcast is almost over! As the season comes to an end, there will be a number of blog posts summarizing all of the great episodes from the season. The purpose of having a number of posts reviewing the season is to provide an opportunity for you to takeContinue reading “Season 1 Recap Part 1: Navigating Education – The Podcast”
As our transition to online learning has gone on, the platform my district has been utilizing is Google Meet for live synchronous class sessions. Google Meet is a platform offered through Googles G-Suite, which allows for live video conferencing of up to 200 people. After a number of class sessions using this platform teaching K-12Continue reading “Maximizing Live Synchronous Class Sessions and Google Meet – Strategies to Help Bolster Your Students Online Learning”
Here is a comprehensive guide of how face to face instructional strategies and lesson plans can be integrated to online classrooms. It is a powerful conversation of how research based instructional strategies can align with edtech tools that can be used within an online classroom setting. You can begin using what is discussed in this post now to make your online class an engaging environment and equitable to your students.
A New Book! I would like to announce the release of Igniting Your Teaching with Educational Technology: A Resource for New Teachers I helped write with my doctoral cohort. As a cohort, we worked extremely hard to complete this project over the course of the last quarter. I am proud of our accomplishment and I extremelyContinue reading “New Book: Igniting Your Teaching with Educational Technology – A Resource for New Teachers”