Tech In Pedagogy

Tech Resources For Your Teaching

Using Student Created Assessments

Assessment is an important part of the learning process. On the teacher’s part, it should help guide their teaching. Using formative assessments can help identify what students are getting, and more importantly, what they are not getting. I say the latter is more important because identifying problem areas allows us to modify our approach so…

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Guiding Standards and Skills Video

This video discusses the relationship between Common Core State Standards, the ISTE NETS, and 21st century skills along with their overlapping role in the classroom. Follow me on Twitter @JoshuaElliott3 for more tips and ideas. Share This:

Using Google+ as a Personal Learning Network with your Students

I enjoy using social media. I use Facebook to keep up with friends and family who I do not see very often. I use Twitter and Google+ for professional development. Teachers can use social media to follow leaders in the field of education and educational technology as well as share ideas with others in their…

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Presentation Resources and Options for the Classroom

The school year is approaching, and we will be back in the classroom soon.  I have added a few links to the Resources Page so I wanted to mention them.  In this post, I write about the links for presentation resources.  I will also refer to some better-known presentation tools that are still worth mentioning….

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The Power of Personal Learning Networks

I was thinking about writing a post on Personal Learning Networks (PLN’s).  I wanted to go beyond just reviewing the literature and giving my opinion so I tried a little informal experiment.  I created a Google Form.  Here is the link: Personal Learning Network Survey.  I posted it on Twitter and Google+.  By the next morning,…

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