Tech In Pedagogy

Tech Resources For Your Teaching

Top Ten Assessment Tutorials

Assessment is essential for gauging student comprehension. Here are ten tutorials relating to assessment tools and strategies. Enjoy! Technology Tools for Exit Slips: Amy Cristofer & Sr. Lauren Zak Assessment Tools: Kahoot and Socrative: Alexis Palazzo & Becca Corso Assessing Student Growth with Google Forms: Scott Dempsey Stick Pick: Replace your coffee can and popsicle sticks with…

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Go Class: A Tutorial

Go Class is a cloud-based learning platform. It is designed with mobile devices in mind. Fairfield University Educational Technology student, Greg Foschi created the following informational piece: Go Class: What is it? Why is it useful for teachers? I hope you find this tutorial useful. Please share with others who may also benefit. Don’t forget…

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Emerging Technologies in the Classroom

The first official Educational Technology Summer Institute at Fairfield University has come and gone. Fifteen teachers with various backgrounds gathered for one week to improve how they use technology in the classroom. We focused on technologies that don’t regularly appear in the classroom. Technologies included: QR Codes Virtual Reality Augmented Reality Various Assessment Tools Google…

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Technology Professional Development Tutorials: Part Two

Fairfield University Educational Technology students created another round of tutorials that educators can refer to when searching for technology tools to use in their classroom. Enjoy! EDPuzzle: Make Any Video Your Lesson: Dana Stradinger Assessing Student Growth with Google Forms: Scott Dempsey ICivics: A Useful Technology Resource for the Social Studies Classroom: Becca Corso Educational…

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Creating Connections in Educational Technology with a Capstone

One great thing about educational technology is that is is always evolving. Courses are more of a collaborative experience because everyone can contribute. I always walk away from my courses having learned something about a new tool or strategy. This perpetual evolution requires educational technology programs to be regularly updated in order to stay relevant….

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