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10 EdTech Tools for Encouraging Classroom Collaboration

I’ve shared a number of these tools with my fellow faculty members. There’s definitely some on this list that are worth exploring.

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Online Collaboration Tools for Teams

Great summary of the most popular & FREE online tools that make groupwork easier.

Online Collaboration Tools

Versal is a creative tool for teachers that brings learning to life for students. With this interactive course creator users can combine text, video, images, quizzes and customizable elements. It’s a versatile platform for teachers looking to engage their students with high-quality content. Versal is perfect for blended learning environments and helps students stay on […]

via Versal: An Interactive Learning Tool — Class Tech Tips

Choosing the Right Classroom Technology Tool

Found this great post on choosing the right Technology for use in the classroom.




Microsoft Surface Hub…very cool.



Communication for Personalized Learning — BYOT Network

When teachers facilitate the building block of Communication, not only are they nurturing a learning environment that supports personalized learning, they are also helping students to develop skills that are essential for personal and professional success.

via Communication for Personalized Learning — BYOT Network

Scannable technology is powerful in the hands of students. If you’ve checked out my new book with the ACES Framework for #ScannableTech integration you know how passionate I am about this subject. I’m very excited about Shomi Links – a type of scannable technology you can easily and effectively integrate into your classroom. So how can you use……

via 5 Ways to Use Scannable Shomi Links in the Classroom — Class Tech Tips

7 Challenges Schools Can Work to Overcome [INFOGRAPHIC]

Project 3: Digital Footprint

Digital Footprint project.. great way to reflect on where you spend time on the Internet…

The Flipped Classroom Model: A Full Picture

When students don’t see the teacher everyday (as in College), this model could really benefit students who are having problems.

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