A student-friendly version of an Acceptable Use Policy. This example helps students understand what is expected of them in a clear, concise manner, and, also ties into the district's PBIS expectations. This, or something similar, should be hung in each classroom or technology lab around a school as a reminder for students to use technology responsibly.
Pinterest Here’s an update on using badges in teacher professional development with new ideas and resources. Gamification with badges can be a great motivator for teachers and students! I posted in the fall on this concept, and it was one of the most popular posts ever! Thanks to my friends in Denton ISD for letting me share …
This is a great site with technology lesson plans for elementary school children from very simple activities for kindergarten age through quite advanced lessons for 5th grade. There are activities for word processing, spreadsheets and graphing, powerpoint presentations, graphic arts, multimedia, internet research and more.
Math Coach's Corner: Twitter: Professional Development at Your Fingertips. magine that you are at a cocktail party filled with the greatest and most innovative educational minds in the country world. That's the Twitter world.
6 Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2015: A thoughtful selection of new-ish tools you can use to improve classroom discussions, enhance formative assessment, teach higher-level thinking skills, and improve the feedback you give your students. Each tool is clearly explained and includes a demo video to show you how it works.