Exploring and sharing the key conditions that help teachers incorporate digital tools within their teaching practice, in particular what it means to incorporate effective technology within classroom activities, to help students share their work using appropriate digital tools and social platforms, and to assess and adopt personal digital tools that automate common administrative tasks.
Increasing teacher capacity by using technology to communicate, collaborate and reflect.
Promoting digital citizenship by encouraging students to become aware of their digital footprint.
Using tech tools to enhance instruction, assessment, and feedback.
Engaging students in authentic conversations about content-specific information by using collaborative technology and formative assessments.
Creating meaningful relationships by connecting with students on a personal level.
Increasing teacher capacity by using technology to communicate, collaborate and reflect. Jerry Anderson and Kristin Donley
Creating your own instructional videos so that students can learn from you directly—wherever they are, whenever they are able.
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