“Genius”, “brilliant”, “inspiring”, “a first”, “a mind shift of epic proportions”. Find out why teachers around the world are finally excited about teaching with technology. This book will transform your approach to teaching. It will show you effective, easy-to-apply, and easy-to-understand approaches that are based on PhD research. Teaching D!FF3R3N7LY means Thinking DIREFENTFLY.
This book was written to provide educators with a professional development opportunity from an academic leader and innovative educator. The purpose of this book is to inspire your work as an online educator, develop engaging instructional practices, connect with students in a meaningful manner, and perform your very best.
With expert advice from educators and technology integration specialists, How to Integrate Technology in Your Classroom, is a quick 20-page guide for all the teachers who have minimal training or budget for tech-based PD.
This is an eBook of challenges for students to complete using the free iPad app, Hopscotch. Hopscotch can be used to introduce students to basic concepts of software coding and computational thinking, since it uses a "block based" programming language similar to "Scratch software from MIT. (scratch.mit.edu)
The iPad and other mobile computing devices have helped re-shape the classroom. Thousands of schools are either considering or in the midst of one-to-one deployments, but there hasn't been a manual or blueprint for doing so until now. Going One-to-One outlines every phase of a mobile device deployment, from choosing the right device for your students to finding the best apps in every subject.
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