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Kimberly Voge Jan 15
Hi all! Kim from So Cal... Digital Learning Coach I am a fan of chromebooks
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Eric Cho Jan 15
Hello everybody! My name is Eric, and I am a future educator. I am studying right now to be an English teacher. I am very excited to be in conversation with you guys!
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Natasha Cavalluzzi Jan 15
my name is Natasha Cavalluzzi, 11th grade RSP teacher. We use chromebooks at our school and i have a love/hate relationship with them!
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Kimberly Voge Jan 15
A5: Pedagogy/learning objectives always come first. Incorporate the 4 C's. Create > consume. Accept that some things are going to fail. Sometimes "old school" IS better. Removing barriers for learning is our job!
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Yes, I love how having so much of my curriculum in a digital format makes it easier for students to access in and out of class. Accessibility features are great too.
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Heather Hilz Fitzgerald Jan 15
A1: is a 1:1 district for grades 3-8... devices are also used frequently in the littles grades too. We have had a pretty nice established tech usage at the district to years now... have some pretty great tech-y educators too!
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TabaldoOnTech ο£ΏπŸ’»πŸŽ™ Jan 15
A bit late to the party!
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That's awesome. You anticipated one of our questions. What do you love and what do you hate?
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Cristina Bustamante Jan 15
A2: The ease with which students are able to make choices about the way they learn and show their learning. When tech is always an option and seamlessly integrated it just becomes another optional tool.
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judyblakeneyπŸ”Žβ–ΆοΈπŸ““πŸ’» Jan 21
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Els Jan 15
A3 So many teachers have years worth of amazing resources that they don’t think can translate to the computer. But once I take their ideas and show them how to digitalize them it really opens the door. Change is uncomfortable!
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Join us tonight at 7:00 PST as we talk about teaching and learning with 1:1. You might even win a copy of .
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judyblakeneyπŸ”Žβ–ΆοΈπŸ““πŸ’» Jan 15
Q6: Shout out time: Who taught you? Who supported your 1:1 learning curve in person or virtually? What was to good advice they gave you?
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Diana Neebe Jan 15
Thanks, Judy! Great work :)
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A2 When my students got laptops (in 2008) I immediately saw them take more pride in their learning environment. At the time they were special, β€œthe laptop class.” Today I see my students seamlessly collaborating and accessing the information they need quickly.
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Diana Neebe Jan 15
Yes! I've also noticed that 1:1 has cut down on the "I forgot my assignment" excuse matrix. When students share the doc with me from the day I assign it, I can catch stragglers and strugglers long before it's too late. There's no forgetting when there's revision history
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Nicole Chun Jan 15
Nicole, I teach 4th grade, 1:1 chromebooks for about 5 years, before that a few years of 1:1 pc laptops. I don't know that they are my favorite but we have made them work for us. :)
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Natasha Cavalluzzi Jan 15
Love , makes it so easy! my students have a hard time keeping their drives organized!!! 😞
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Replying to @hilz2teach @RomolandSD
Welcome. I know where Romoland is. I had a college suitemate from Romoland.
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Eric Cho Jan 15
Replying to @judyblakeney
I have recently engaged in discussion about the transition to 1:1 learning in classrooms, but it has been mostly theoretical and abstract. It is so awesome to see how it is taking place in your guys' classrooms!
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