Tech In Pedagogy

Tech Resources For Your Teaching


How to Create Interactive Images with Thinglink

Thinglink is a great resource for creating interactive images for your lessons. This resource allows you to embed tags into any image you can find on the web or upload from your computer. To clarify, tags are closer in function to what some would call hotspots. There are lots of things you can do with Thinglink….

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Basics of Effective BYOD Implementation

Please enjoy my video on the basics of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) school or district program. Check out these posts with strategies that work great in a BYOD classroom: Collaborative Resources for the Classroom Kahoot: A New Assessment Option Online and Smartphone Resources for Improving Classroom Engagement and Assessment Polleverywhere Lesson Idea BYOD and Assessment…

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Using Google Maps and Earth in the Classroom

My wife and sons recently took an extended trip to Ireland to visit my wife’s family. I met up with them over the winter break. Part of my job before the trip began was to ask my sons’ teachers what they would be missing in school, and if there was anything they could do to keep…

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Peer Assessment Strategies

There are benefits to having peers review and provide feedback about each other’s work. There are a few different possibilities with these strategies so lets take a look. These ideas are drawn from both high school and college classes. The individual ideas can definitely be used on multiple levels though. These ideas have inherent ties to 21st Century…

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