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Jamie Green Jun 18
A6: I would love to accomplish using techology in new ways next year. Not just using Google Docs and Google Slide like I have in the past. Finding new and exciting sites for my students to use and learn from.
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Barb Derby Jun 18
I would like to get more teachers at my school using technology to enhance learning in more ways than just a center rotation.
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J Lander Jun 18
Anyone here have a Googls Apps for Education teacher certification? I'm interested in going for it.
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jun 18
How to Plan Outstanding Tech Training for Teachers
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Barb Derby Jun 18
Have set policies as a district. Schools within a district should have the same policies. Each school shouldn't be left to figure out how to manage 1:1 technology.
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EdTechCoachesNetwork Jun 18
Q1: How do you connect with other edtech coaches in person?
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Weston Kieschnick Jun 18
Louder and slower is not a strategy. Tools are not strategy. Strategy is the persistent and progressive course of action YOU take so that KIDS can reach the desired outcome.
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Gregory Gilmore Jun 18
Hello from Missouri! I'm Greg and I am a Edtech Coach at a middle school in the Kansas City area.
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Tim Hebda Jun 18
A1 I will hold a one man parade if we were to add a tech integrationist to the staff. The role is a necessity for professional and student growth.
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Eric Patnoudes M.Ed. Jun 15
Ever miss Polaroids? Snap a pic with your phone, post to Instagram or Twitter using and , then stop by the booth (2152) to pick it up! Your photos instantly print as personal keepsakes from the conference.
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Jonathan Wylie Jun 18
Here are some of my favorite green screen tips from teachers on Twitter!
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Kathryn Huhs Jun 18
Loving sway as a way to demonstrate math skills and concepts. Keeps them organized and can share with moms and dads. Kids don’t share this after school, so it’s great to hear the cute voices in the act of learning.
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Randy Norman Jun 19
Retweet if you are a teacher who is working on next years cirriculum during the summer! ?
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JigSpace Inc. Jun 19
👩‍🏫 Educators: If you could create your own Jigs, what subjects would you like to cover? Let us know and retweet!
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Eric Patnoudes M.Ed. Jun 13
We’re just 13 days out from here in and I wanted to share some tips on how best to prepare for, and how to eliminate (or at least minimize) all the little inconveniences that could slow you down.
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Michelle Bell Jun 18
I am a 2nd grade teacher from St. Louis! Looking forward to tonight's chat!
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Sky Caves Jun 19
- If money was not an issue, what tech kit would you buy for your college/school? 💭💻🎮🤖
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angieguccione Jun 18
A4) I think it’s important to teach procedures about using the tools slowly at first, especially with younger students, in order to enable their independence in the long run. Buddies or partners at first might be helpful too,
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angieguccione Jun 18
A3) data should be centered around student learning. What resources are teachers finding useful, how are those sites being used... along with reflection after seeing the data, how is student learning changing or improving!
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Miss McIntyre Jun 17
Computer Programming and ICT support packs to help challenge&support kids in STEM and stand alone ICT lessons 📱🖥💻😀
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