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  • ...ations and standalone CE workshops to clinicians to better their searching and research skills. ...series. In addition to audiobooks, I enjoy learning about personal finance and investing.
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  • == Integrating Digital Storytelling in the Foreign Language Classroom== ...e students understand the context of language while learning how to write and speak in the target language.
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  • ''''' A Network of Knowledge Created by and for 21st Century Educators '''''<br /><br /> ...m/groups/698592486826462/ Join the KNILT group on Facebook]''' for updates and networking with fellow educators.
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  • '''''Fostering 21st Century Learning''''' ...The learner will apply the components of 21st Century Skills in lessons and activities.
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  • ===Online/blended learning group=== ...nded_Learning_Activities | Developing Learning Communities Through Blended Learning Activities]]
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  • ...experience throughout the design project. With that said, lets start your learning journal now. ::*Learning Journal - Please take a few minutes to write down a few thoughts you might
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  • ...we do this we want to make sure that our students are actively engaged in learning. Technology can help do this. There are many activities that can be done wi *What webquests are and what components are needed to create your own webquest for your classroom.
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  • '''The Media Literate Person''' * Uses media wisely and effectively.
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  • ...y of these same dynamic tools and customizable options that makes bringing learning into the popular world of social networking so attractive to educators. bringing an educational experience to these sites, there are also risks and challenges that we will explore over the next two weeks.
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  • *To be able to identify 21st Century Skills and apply them to real-world situations. ''"The current and future health of America’s 21st Century Economy depends
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  • Please add your name below and link it to your personal page. [[Cheyenne Whirley]]: [[Digital Storytelling Course]]
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  • ...class="pageheader"><span class="pagetitle"> ETAP623 : Learning Communities and using visual information to teach mathematics </span></div><div class="page ===<font color="#9900cc">Introduction: Learning communities</font>===
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  • ...their responsibility. <br clear="all" /><br clear="all" /><font>'''Course Learning Objectives'''</font><br clear="all" /><br clear="all" /><br clear="all" />' # Identify the Information Literacy standards established by AASL/ACRL
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  • ...class="pageheader"><span class="pagetitle"> ETAP623 : Unit 3 - Information Literacy, Standards </span></div><div class="pagesubheading"> This page last changed <div class="panelContent">'''Unit Learning Objective:'''''
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  • ...x.cfm/'''Inspiration'''], the essential tool to visualize, think, organize and learn, is a program to help learners visualize their thinking into diagrams ...ding of concepts, increase memory retention, develop organizational skills and tap creativity.
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  • ...hen incorporated into the classroom, digital storytelling engages students and produces wonderful achievement results. it is a significant classroom tool. You will also learn how to create digital stories so that you can incorporate them into the curriculum.
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  • ...ral phenomena and allow students to manipulate and explore these phenomena and gain a deeper understanding of the nature of the phenomena. *Understand the characteristics of inquiry-based learning
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  • ...B] and [ Scratch] are the ones that are widely used and accepted in the field of education at present. ...many real-life phenomena, such as bird flocks, traffic jams, ant colonies, and market economies.
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  • ...ative applications of wikis in educational field, especially in supporting and improving students’ writing skills ×Know how to use wikis page to guide students have discussion and revision about writing
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  • ...exts of education. These resources may be used by individuals for personal learning or by groups/institutions to organize professional development activities. Below are a set of mini-courses and cases ''created before 2016'' related to a few popular topics.
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  • ...will learn new skills and knowledge. Students will gain new perspectives and change their attitude. ...oped in order to reinforce the lesson. A check system should be explained and used consistently. This particular lesson may be completed in or out of sc
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  • == Digital Libraries and the International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL) == === Digital Libraries ===
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  • of the program Snag-it as a medium for using English while manipulating media. ...uses the software program Snag-it to promote a constructionist approach to learning the English language.
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  • '''Exploring Latin American Countries and Caribbean Islands''' [[Category:Social studies and history]]
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  • order to avoid the reasons that people are against the use of games in learning. ...o applicable for any adult who is not convinced that games have a place in learning; including parents or guardians.
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  • ...r educators is to integrate the use of technology in the classroom. Today and in the future many new careers will be created to meet the needs of our tec ...assignment in a traditional way or non-tradtionally by creating an outline and then create an animation of their incident using the goanimate website.
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  • ...nd, but where would you like to live and work for the following four years and likely beyond. :This is the opportunity of a lifetime, to pack up and move anywhere in the country you would like with your parent’s approval.
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  • fit music theory curriculum, creating feedback and evaluation criteria, and using music software. ...neral Outcomes:''' Participation in this course will help you learn about and gain an understanding of the different kinds of feedback used in teaching m
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  • Complete a lesson plan using GoAnimate and place it in the "Class Lesson Plan" page. I placed an example of a study sk '''Lesson Plan Title''' Learning Style Survey
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  • ...OO/MUD as a pedagogical tool, with a specific focus on existing literature and writing curriculums. ...difying pedagogical approaches in order to help students engage with texts and construct meaning. When a teacher introduces a classical work, such as ''A
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  • *''To learn and contribute within this global environment, students must develop skills tha media and communication skills, global awareness and multiple forms of literacy.
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  • ...ssword is temporary. After receiving it, you should login KNITL '''soon''' and set a new password of your choice. == MOD 2: Learn to create, format, and link Wiki-pages ==
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  • ==='''Learning Outcomes'''=== ...ceThread [] product that students take ownership of and are eager to share with the world
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  • ...ces of which types of media are suitable for a given context, subject area and student population can be confusing. media, and the theories surrounding multimedia design and use in online learning.
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  • * develop basic and advanced Microsoft Excel skills; * develop basic and advanced Geometer's Sketchpad skills; and
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  • course objectives through the creation of [[Digital_Storytelling_Course|Digital Storybooks]] that portray United States history. ...prepare for jobs and careers in the service sector, which is ever-changing and requires familiarity with technology.
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  • '''Hello Everyone!!!''' I am glad you are here and welcome to my mini course on Camtasia Studio. ...ions, which stimulate and enthrall students, and it provides an innovative and effective means for educators to address the curricular concepts (Griffen,
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  • ...for instance, has a totally new look, consisting of new features, buttons, and naming conventions. * Basic familiarity with a computer mouse and the Windows operating system you will be using for the course
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  • ...2007 and then create a spreadsheet of data, make statistical calculations, and create a histogram. Have fun!! ...nit on statistics covering measures of central tendency, frequency tables, and histograms.
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  •, 2008). Research shows that using the graphing calculator as a learning tool can help students better understand mathematics (Edwards, 1994; Smith, 2) a computer with TI CAS Teacher Edition Software and Internet access.
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  • ...are drab repositories of information filled with uninspired, unconnected, and poorly understood ideas."''''' - The Teacher's Curriculum Institute tools have the ability to encourage the building of deep understandings and to produce active, engaged learners.
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  • ...ant for you to know, that on activities, where eventually both the English and Spanish forms of words are displayed, that they would not appear at the sam ...en the picture and the vocabulary word to help with their word association and retention.
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  • ever changing phenomenon, and if used efficiently can open up learning and make it relevant to student lives allowing for more comprehension than ever teachers will have a better understanding of the benefits of technology and gain a greater understanding of the technologies available to today's teach
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  • = Portfolio for the Mini-Course "[[Digital mobile devices as a teaching tool for phonological awareness.]]" = ...on. '''''I apologize to all that are taking their valuable time to stop by and evaluate my project. Please leave comments on whatever you fell the need to
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  • ...trying them out, you will be suprised at how easy many of them are to use and how much easier they make other parts of your job. ...ou in your teaching and make it easier for you to communicate with parents and students outside of school.
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  • = Using Project Based Learning to Teach The United States Constitution= ...h all learning types. Project Based Learning can engage the visual, audio, and kinesthetic learners. The use of various types of technology in the classro
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  • * Do you want to teach an online or hybrid course but worry you and your students will struggle without a lack of classroom time? [[Category: Online/ blended learning]]
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  • ...ivator. A paper documenting how handheld devices benefited young student's and their teachers suggests that interaction with the devices be student driven * ''State what digital media is.''
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  • ...y encourages instructors to plan and implement technology in problem-based learning activities in mathematics classrooms. *Understand the PBL in mathematics through examining examples, strategies, and creating activities
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  • ...the uses of Using Cognitive Flexibility Theory (CFT) in an online setting, and it can be used as well in a face-to-face (f2f) course. ...mic beliefs, develop a survey for your students based on epistemic beliefs and begin composition of a history course using CFT.
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  • ...tle''': [[Instant Screencasting: Quick and Basic Screen Capture for Online and Hybrid Instruction]] ...n opportunity to create videos to familiarize themselves with the software and develop an understanding of their own reasons for using video in their clas
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  • ...rategies needed for supporting students’ phonemic awareness development, and encourage the use of phonemic awareness training activities in kindergarten ...c awareness training strategies. 5 Classify phonemic awareness activities and phonics instruction activities. 6 Choose to support phonemic awareness deve
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  • [[Category: Computer-supported collaborative learning]] [[Category: Collaborative learning]]
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  • ...ut it and they try to watch it whenever possible. But it is up to teachers and their students to actually adhere to it. ...ogether. The course brings in hand the type of information that is concise and focused on what they need to know while working with information resources
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  • ...News Literacy course (JRN 101 or 103) to some of the main concepts of News Literacy. *Appreciate the importance of news literacy.
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  • :* [[Colleen_B.%27s_portfolio_page]] and * A mini-course for teacher learning, such as [[Data analysis for differentiated instruction]], with teachers as
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  • == <big>'''''Introduction to the Mini Course on Student Centered Learning via'''''</big> == A curriculum in which the student is more in control of their learning and can actively participate in constructing thier own knowledge.
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  • * Select a particular technology based on the student and/or a specific need. Learning Objectives
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  • ...ble Voki is one of them that can assist us with accomplishing teaching and learning foreign language at its best. ...d culture, but it also aims students to collaborative work as members of a learning community.
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  • ...y cover how to use social media within the classroom, specifically Twitter and Facebook. ==[[Unit Two: Social Media in the Classroom]]==
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  • look like this....'''''</big> [[Image:Kids_raising_hand.jpg]] ''<big>'''and not like this?....'''</big>'' [[Image:Bored_kid.jpg]] using Microsoft PowerPoint to create engaging lessons and games so that learning can be fun.</big></big>''
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  • .... This course will help educators familiarize themselves with Movie Maker and its classroom application * Develope rubrics that will faciliate student learning and assess student work
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  • ...that close-knit, family-like environment of my earlier teaching placement and enables me to interact with all grade levels as well as provide professiona ...ontent. Partcipants will also gain an understanding of what plagiarism is and how not to plagiarize as they complete their investigative research.
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  • ...nges confronting School Health Educators, Learning & Teaching Strategies, and the Professional Support that HELO can offer''' '''* Professional development and support'''
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  • ...on content for future reference. Many teachers are unaware of the benefits and ease of using these tools. == Learning Objectives ==
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  • ==Advanced Features and Resources== image in your storyboard. Your images and videos can be faded in and out in mulitple styles. You can also set Movie Maker to zoom in on certain
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  • - Do you want to liven up your classroom and improve student achievement? awareness of our goals and objectives in learning a new teaching style and to develop a good idea of the basic requirements of flipping the classroom.
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  • [[Category: Digital learning and media literacy]]
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  • ...g and learning artifacts with respect to New York State Teaching Standards and APPR requirements. These skills can support teachers seeking to fulfill A ...rtfolio creation. For an introduction to e-portfolio concepts, processes, and products, view Dr. Barrett's 2010 TED Talk by clicking here. [http://www.y
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  • current long term sub position. It is a away to use different forms of media as well as introducing technology into the first grade classroom. ...hool community or a work community. We will just look at other communities and see how they relate to ours.
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  • [[Blogs_in_the_Literacy_Classroom|To Blogs in the Literacy Classroom]] ...t technology in order to better reach our students at their comfort level, and motivate them to be active participants in our classrooms.
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  • ...ology available to them, that can help their students develop a command of literacy. ...the image to make it larger) shows the percentage distribution of children and youth ages 3-21 served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Ac
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  • It was often difficult for students in my class to select a topic and construct the paper. Conversing with individuals, I learned they had great ...o encourage students to write and discover their literary voice by writing and constructing a research paper as a project in a collaborative environment.
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  • == Using Wikipedia to Teach Critical Thinking and Information Literacy == * [[WikiInfoLit Unit 1 - Critical Thinking, Information Literacy, and Wikipedia]]
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  • reading a "big book." My goal is for the teachers to be able to locate and utilize all of the state resources to create spiraled common core ELA lesso [[Category: Digital learning and media literacy]]
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  • ...ded onto their iCalender application. The students are immediately engaged and more interested in carrying out their assignment, since it involves one of '''Unit One:'''[[ What is an iPad and how is it useful?]]
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  • ...from anxiety or frustration at the mere mention or thought of integrating and using technology to enhance instruction.''' than ever, it is essential for classroom teachers to become comfortable and proficient at preparing our 21st century learners for their 21st century wo
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  • ...ill help teachers to step outside their comfort zone of a ball and whistle and open their eyes to the possibilities that are available to them. [[Category: Digital learning and media literacy]]
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  • ...through various readings, discussions, case studies, analysis, reflection, and creating an activity. ...create one. We will be using different Google Apps to share our thoughts and assignments*'''
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  • ...Through three units, you will learn how to safely integrate blogs in the literacy content area of any classroom or grade level. [[Talk:Blogs_in_the_Literacy_Classroom_Discussion_Space|''Blogs in the Literacy Classroom'' Discussion Space]]
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  • Go To: [[Lesson One:Whole Task Learning]] | [[Lesson Two: iPad Technology in Education]] | [[Lesson Three: Using th =Whole Task Learning Utilizing iPad Technology=
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  • What is BYOD and why do we need it? How will a student benefit from such a policy and how will this affect your teaching?</big>
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  • ...the student involvement in the lesson, student engagement, understanding, and achievement will increase. ...//| Pricing]. If you are unsure about buying the software, please
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  • State and describe the different types of technology integration ...n. Each group will research on the assigned type of technology integration and present their findings in the whole group.
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  • Welcome! Want to learn more about locating and evaluating information on the Web? You've come to the right place. While ma ...we really want, in this mini-course you'll learn strategies for searching and for determining if there is value in what you've found.
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  • ...will be able to identify a main communication application within the iPad and will also be able to program the basics within the application.<br /> will give a detailed reason for why an iPad is used for communication and what to look for when deciding on a communication application.
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  • More and more school districts are introducing 1:1 technology programs into their sc [[File:ACTFL Learning Standards.png|thumbnail]]
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  • ...s, online platforms) offer teachers some new ways to foster active student learning through class discussion. * The purpose of this course is help teachers foster active learning by their students through the use of online participation tools as part of
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  • Hello and welcome to this course on autism spectrum disorder (ASD). I would first lik ...deeper understanding of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) using a variety of media devices
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  • student thinking, and create their own full-length social studies media literacy lesson plans. =='''[[Lesson 1: Defining Media and Media Literacy]]'''==
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  • [[Evaluation of Program and updating and improving]] [[Category: Workplace learning]]
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  • ...rom these electronic learning materials to support and improve students’ learning process. ...n language there are always for main aspects, Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing, it is a common sense that if a learner can use what he/she learned
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  • ...xcited for school. The purpose of this course is to help teachers set up and incorporate iPads into their first grade ELA classroom. ==== Learning Outcomes ====
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  • This course will provide an introduction to understanding what Web 2.0 is and how to implement it into the classroom: ...haring of ideas and knowledge. To understand how Web 2.0 benefits teachers and students, please take a few minutes to review information '''''from pages 2
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  • ...sons, and classroom settings. This course will also discuss different apps and/or programs educators can suggest to their students for the use at home. concepts that you as educators will be able to use in your classroom and/or lessons.
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  • ...about creating worksheets, where to find videos and tutorials, and making and playing interactive games. 1. Locate valuable resources that will help their students study math and discuss what they found with their classmates.
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  • [[|Click here to view welcome video]] ...ucational games and simply interactive lessons rather than traditional pen and paper note taking. If you don't have a SMART Board in front of you, no worr
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  • <big>Media in Math offers details into incorporating graphics, audio, and video into your math class.</big> ...l teachers are welcome! This mini-course focuses on math, but the ideas of media can be incorporated into any content.)'''</span>
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  • ...needs and participate in collaborative efforts which promote communication and prepares students for the global community. :* Integrating the iPod in foreign language learning
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  • ...TL is a two-fold goal which should involve active participation of student and teacher. ...the TL in the LOTE classroom and how to foster students' continued use and learning of the TL outside of the classroom.
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  • ...ogy in the Foreign Language Classroom]] or Go to: [[Lesson 3: Social Media Learning Tools for the Foreign Language Classroom]] ==The Ipod and Language Education: Making the Connection==
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  • '''Title:''' ''QR Codes as media tools in the classroom'' ...e will learn how to create Quick Response codes, better known as QR codes, and we will link them to different informational materials.
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  • <big>'''<big>Video and Audio Production for Educators</big>'''</big> There are many benefits to using video and audio in your teaching, but without a little guidance the process can seem
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  • ...learning is; how to use the web environment Edmodo to flip your classroom; and what the benefits of flipping with Edmodo are. Please note you will need to Create an account as a teacher and log in. You can also join as a student and have full access. However if you are currently teaching, or plan to teach,
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  • '''Welcome to Creating Accessible Online Learning Materials, Focusing on Accessibility!'''<br/> ...ccessible online course materials. The following questions will drive your learning:
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  • '''1. Participants will explore ways to incorporate audio and video production in their teaching/educating.''' ...ent research on the topic. Learn ways to engage your students using video and audio projects to teach across content areas.
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  • ...ents to listen to has never been easier for a teacher. Accessing the audio and other ancillary materials has never been easier for the student. ...ry learning. We will delve into everything from external podcasts, videos, and audiobooks, to self-made files.
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  • ...content they were exposed to before class, instead relying on lectures for learning. mini-course aims to demonstrate how this is done, which tools are used, and instruct in implementing the Flipped Classroom into your curriculum.
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  • ...set-up process, but all require an answer sheet, blank forms for students, and a scanning device. <br /> ...rks just like a scan-tron works. Each student has a number ID they bubble and then they bubble answers. Scanning takes place on your phone, tablet, or c
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  • ==Learning Objective== ...3 random and 3 QR code ways in which technology can be used to enhance the learning experience in the classroom.
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  • ==Learning Objective== The participant will merge their understanding of pedagogy, technology and QR codes to create an engaging lesson plan for their students. They will be
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  • ...of this new world, teachers must be ready to engage students with current and innovative technological projects. ...l opinions on technology, its engaging qualities, the students they serve, and how we are connected to our global economy.
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  • what SMART Notebook is, how to navigate the program, creating a lesson, and sharing it. I am excited that you will be joining me on this journey! :[[File:Mbcheck.png|Mbcheck.png]] How can I create interactive and engaging lessons.
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  • <big>Geometer's Sketchpad allows you to visually see how and why a geometric proof works. It also allows you to alter the variable to se ...omputers. Then I suggest that you walk through each tool with the students and explain the purpose of them. After that I would address what is important i
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  • * The learner will be able to put a digital photo into a computer. * After executing a lesson using a digital camera, a learner will assess whether or not it was successful.
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  • ...s very user friendly, and you'll find it is very similar to Microsoft Word and Powerpoint. There are many exciting uses for Google Drive, but I don't thi ...rse, you will learn some basics to help your students collaborate with you and with each other more easily.
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  • [[File:Emily and Ian.jpeg|frameless|left]] ...move to an English position. Right now I teach a Modified English 7 class and then co-teach Applied Science with 9th graders.
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  • [[File:Ball and stick molecules.jpg|375px|right]] ...ous types of models, computer simulations, and software programs available and to learn how they can be used most effectively in their science classroom.
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  • active and effective learners. In this course, participants will answer and reflect on the following questions: :*What are the advantages of teaching/learning with understanding?
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  • [[File:Glogster graphic and creative.jpg|right|]] ...s you to write text and paste pictures onto it, Glogster can include audio and video too! This site can do away with lugging a big project into school. Wi
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  • SMART Board Technology and It's Application in the Classroom ...and parts of SMART board, how to navigate the software, and how to insert media into SMART board presentations.
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  • == '''Overview and Purpose''' == ...e able to focus on the content of the topic while learning a new skill and learning how technology can help them for educational purposes.
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  • ...rners will be able to identify the problems as well as benefits of the web and web based content. ...s combined existence. The world has seen the dawn of the information age and along with it comes the availability of knowledge on almost every subject i
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  • use iPads and applications in their lessons that align with both state and national standards. ...lessons, but curricula as well. Educators will learn the basic about iPads and apps, as well as learn about different types of apps they can use in their
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  • to the School of Social Welfare that focus on using different forms of media as a way to advocate for social change. ...will focus on the technological tools needed to advocate through the media and also why this is a critical aspect of twenty-first century social work.
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  • This course introduces you to Google Drive and how you can use it to improve productivity. You will be able to learn the f * How you will upload and sync files in Google Drive?
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  • ...k State. These newer standards amplify the need for students to synthesize and analyze the information that they collect, most often utilizing a computer. do you incorporate technology into the classroom to ensure engagement and success?
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  • ...calculator skills that can be used to solve common core algebra problems, and how to implement these graphing calculator skills into your teaching. *Reflect on current teaching methods and set goals for this mini course.
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  • ...ents in learning? How could teachers search a way to enhance teaching and learning process by integrating technology into classroom? ...ion of the appropriate Web 2.0 application to support the current pedagogy and meet the instructional needs.This course is designed to provide social stu
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  • <big>This is my mini-course for media literacy!</big> Welcome to Integrating Media Literacy Skills in Secondary ELA Instruction!
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  • ...ling with ELLs as well as gain the knowledge and skills to create your own Digital Story. This will be key in engaging your students in this project. 1. Teachers will develop an understanding of what a Digital Story is, and the stages involved in creating one.
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  • ...ini-course. I hope you have gained knowledge in the theory and practice of Digital Storytelling for English Language Learners. To assess your own learning, below are the stated objectives of this course:
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  • == '''Overview and Purpose''' == ...d build connections to new ideas. In this course, participants will answer and reflect on the following questions:
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  • [[Media & UDL]] | [[Unit 1: Universal Design for Learning]] | [[Unit 2: Videos & UDL]] | [[Unit 3: Images & UDL]] | [[Unit 4: Docs & == Media & Universal Design for Learning ==
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  • == '''Overview and Purpose''' == ...izing technology to create original musical experiences for both in-person and online audiences.
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  • ...So why not tap into what your students are using on a daily basis - Social Media! * learn why social media is an effective tool
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  • ...imidating-but-promising looking SMART Board! You attend several trainings, and you learn about several ways to use it, but unfortunately, there is still m ...early elementary age are just beginning to write, to formulate sentences, and to learn basic foundations of mathematics.
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  • = '''Project Based Learning enhanced by Google Applications''' = == '''Learning Objectives''' ==
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  • ...out google classroom, google sites (which JUST had an update), Garageband, and Smartboards. I will include many ways that they can be utilized, specifical as well. Technology is making students more active and engaged in the learning process.
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  • ...c is a more potent instrument than any other for education, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul.”''' ...there is not one already available. Education is an always changing field and it is necessary for us, as educators, to change in order to better help our
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  • ...t for a piece of paper and pencil. Technology can be very effective in the learning process, if only implemented in thoughtful ways. In this course, we will be * How are iPads beneficial to student learning?
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  • year teacher and you seem a bit overwhelmed with all the new technology and tools that are being asked of you to use. ...aybe, you are a veteran teacher who needs help learning how to use the new and improved SMART technologies placed in your classroom.
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  • ...sment is Project Based Learning. Project Based Learning can be implemented and design for any classroom no matter the grade or subject (Grant, 2017). I ha ...nment. Different tools and ideas will be introduced in this course to help and give the learners an idea of what is required of them when creating a PBL.
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  • [[File:Media Literacy 101.jpg|thumbnail|300px|]] Welcome to Integrating Media Literacy Skills in a Secondary ELA Classroom!
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  • == '''Welcome to Blended Learning in the ELA Classroom!''' == [[File:Blended Learning.png|framed|center]]
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  • ...ess, you will also reflect on your current practices within your classroom and how you could improve them with the use of technology. [[File:AT-Mind-Map-f * Participants must have background knowledge of how a blended learning environment can impact learners.
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  • ...Section 5420]] | [[User:Jessye Pragen|Jessye Pragen]] | [[Unit 1: Features and Functions of an iPad]] ...ols to support learning across contents areas, including Literacy (Reading and Writing), Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, etc. According to Alex Duin
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  • == '''Greetings and Introduction''' == ...nologies to create learning environments that breed excitement, motivation and interest.
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  • == '''Overview and Purpose''' == ...s. Learners will have the opportunity to create their own Plickers account and incorporate the tool into their own classroom instruction.
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  • == '''Why Technology and Which Ones?''' == ...ces, reading and writing skills and discerning between trusted information and false information in the online environment.
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  • ...[[Alyssa Staino]] | [[Alyssa Staino Mini-Course]] | [[Integrating Digital Media]] * Better understand the importance of incorporating digital media into classroom activities
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  • == '''Overview and Purpose''' == ...articipants will have the opportunity to create their own Plickers account and incorporate the tool into their own classroom instruction.
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  • ...t tool and as an opportunity for students to be reflective about their own learning. Additionally, by creating portfolio's electronically students will have t ...e begun early in the year to allow student's to reflect fully on their own learning. Teachers should use the portfolio's consistently as an assessment tool as
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  • ...i-Course Unit 1|Unit 1. Introduction to the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning]] == '''References and Resources''' ==
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  • ...s to guide educators on how to explore the geography, history, government, and culture of countries around the world with the assistance of technology in ✧ What is the theory and practice behind culturally-responsive classroom environments?
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  • ...s are many and include direct communication, reassurance for the students, and data-driven engagement. To stay current with students' interests and multimedia lives, it is important for instructors to meet these needs by in
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  • ...classroom, be able to build a culturally relevant elearning health course, and some guidelines for including safe technology use in their curriculum. courses present a great challenge. These courses are often content-only and do not address health as a whole. The final problem is the lack of technolo
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  • ...p or learn from other new employees who may be struggling or posting hints and tips respectively. <br/> Thank you taking this course and We hope you’ll learn something new while taking it.<br/>
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  • == '''My Topic and Purpose''' == ...igh school teachers who want to raise the literacy level of their classes. Literacy level here will refer to the amount students read, particularly for pleasur
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  • ...ggling students taking up most of your time. '''INVEST''' in your students and those actions will pay off! ...watching the videos each class, you will be required to post your thoughts and respond to others using Google Classroom. Basic knowledge of Google Classro
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  • ...everyday teaching which allows for a constant connection between learners and instructors. ...e the front seat to their own learning and teachers can take the back seat and provide supports where/when needed.<br />
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  • ...heir own classrooms. Each program is unique and contains its own strengths and weaknesses. Learners will be able to see how each one works, so that they m their abilities to incorporate these resources into their lesson plans, and will learn more of the details along the way.
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  • ...m. Professional development is the channel through which teachers improve, and high-quality professional development has been shown to enhance teacher eff ...this mini-course will learn how to utilize the platform, Google Classroom and the application, Kami in order to create a paperless classroom environment.
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  • [[Integrating Interactive and Mulitmodal Texts into Instruction]] ...eracy, and I'm working with certified reading teachers to reinvigorate the literacy program at my high school.
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  • =='''Introduction and Purpose'''== ...e. Active reading practices engage readers in text, improve comprehension, and build self-regulatory habits leading to more independent life-long readers.
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  • [[File:Digital Text Photo.jpg|thumbnail|300px|Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash]] == '''Overview and Purpose''' ==
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  • ...ssword is temporary. After receiving it, you should login KNITL '''soon''' and set a new password of your choice. == MOD 2: Learn to create, format, and link Wiki-pages ==
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  • ...orkforce educational programs in web and software development for children and adults. ...ting moments where students accomplish things they never thought possible, and leave their classes emboldened to dream bigger than they did before.
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  • ...ftware is very often, but software includes all of the following examples, and more! * Facebook and other social media websites and mobile apps
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  • ...- Past, Present, and Future]] | [[Unit 2: Learning Environments, Theories, and Activities]] ...s a way to increase medical student engagement and collaboration in hybrid learning environments.
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  • <big><big>Implementing Media Literacy Education to your Social Studies Classroom</big><big></big></big><big></big == '''Overview and Purpose''' ==
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  • =='''Introduction and Purpose'''== ...igned requires creating a video (interview, commercial, music video etc..) and it needs audio or background music or your student want to create a song/ra
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  • # How to teach students struggling with interpreting and using scientific documents (Charts, Graphs, etc.) # The role of data intensive media in science literacy
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  • ...ate computer software. Not every student will become a software developer, and some may enter careers where they don't do much with technology at all. Eve Nevertheless, learning the logic and methodologies of computational thinking will be of great benefit to every s
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  • ==Learning Objectives== ...classroom in Colorado and how the teacher includes data intensive analysis and construction in the lesson.
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  •, building construction, drafting plans, and computer aided design and drawing for production. ...inventions and innovations that influence our way of life, both positively and negatively.
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  • ...Education and Biology from SUNY Oneonta. I am an aspiring science teacher and I hold a certification in Biology 7-12 with the Middle School General Scien == '''My Topic and Purpose''' ==
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  • [[File:Graphic - Intro to CS and DL Course (1).jpg|800px|center]] ...e not clear or have not been made. The inclusion of systems based thinking and promoting this discipline K-12 is crucial for students to connect these 21s
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  • ...s would you want to access as you are creating a K-12 computer science and digital fluency program in a district? Why do you think those resources would be im * Experiment with online computer science simulations and digital literacy websites.
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  • ...cs during research, but this requires a set of skills called Digital Media Literacy (DLM). Botturi, L. (2019) describes digital media literacy according to two different views.
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  • and using digital sources. As schools move to more hybrid and distance learning models, the techniques learned in this course may become even more importan
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  • == '''Overview and Purpose''' == ...of news articles can be used, or other media sources like videos, pictures and audio.
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  • ...holarly articles once you have found them. These skills will help you find and use scholarly sources for research. <big>'''Let's first take a look what scholarly articles are and their importance in education research'''.</big>
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  • Kather's Mini-Course]] | [[Unit 2: How can I meet the standards through digital writing projects? | Unit 2: Overview]] ...l writing support standards for collaboration, presentation, research, and media?|<<<Previous Lesson (2.2)]] ||| [[Lesson 2.4: How will you develop your pro
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  • learned information is to teach it to others. If you can explain, model and build research skills with students, then that means you have mastered much ...e guidance and the best strategies for teaching about research and digital media their own classrooms.
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  • ...ources are available in digital format. Understanding how to read, analyze and make connections ...cs during research, but this requires a set of skills called Digital Media Literacy (DLM).
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  • Hello all! I’m Anne Messley and I currently live in the Hudson Valley. I currently hold an MA in Teaching w ...My plan is to seek an adjunct position at a university teaching literature and to work with secondary schools as an educational specialist.
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  • == '''Overview and Purpose''' == ...them into their courses depending on how each platform impacts the lesson and fosters an engaging class setting.
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  • ...d, I closely follow everything Marvel, love to listen to Alternative Rock, and I am a passionate Buffalo Bills fan. == '''My Topic and Purpose''' ==
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  • ...ciated with an increase in students’ self-perceived conceptual knowledge and raised interest" (Wijnker et al.) way to have a video that is truly tailored to your student’s specific learning needs is to make your own.
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  • ...Through these units, teachers will be able to understand what a Podcast is and learn how to integrate them into their everyday teaching practices. ...Participants Will Be Able To: Discuss the significance of technology usage and how it may produce greater results when implemented in the classroom.
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  • == Digital Journal == ...access the blog for the course. This is where you will post your thoughts and reflections as you progress.
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  • ...ool that should be shared for the best possible care of each child at home and in school. == Learning Outcomes ==
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