Tech In Pedagogy

Tech Resources For Your Teaching

Using Research as a Learning Process

It is important for students to be able to evaluate resources when conducting research. At the beginning of many research projects, students are told they cannot use Wikipedia.  Do they know why Wikipedia is not appropriate for a research project. Do they know to ask any of the following questions?: What are the author’s credentials? Does…

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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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The Value of an Elevator Speech

There is obvious importance to being able to communicate effectively. This is evident even without going into how frequently communication is mentioned in the Common Core or ISTE NETS. Students communicate with each other well enough, but I am not so convinced when it comes to their ability to communicate their ideas in other scenarios…

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Google Drive App Add-Ons

In Google Drive, you have the option of starting many different projects using various Google Apps. These Apps include Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, and Forms. Did you know you can find and add more though? There is an option for adding more apps beyond the stock apps that come with Google Drive. This can be done…

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Using Video in the Classroom

Here is a brief video about using video in the classroom. Follow me on Twitter @JoshuaElliott3 for more tips and ideas. Share This:

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