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Category: Links to EdTech Tools

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.

Source: 10 EdTech Tools for Encouraging Classroom Collaboration

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.




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

Dyknow EdTech Cool Tools Webinar

I recently did a webinar on some of the cool EdTech tools I use with my students to help them succeed in my class.

Here’s the Prezi I used in the webinar.

Back to School EdTech Series: Cool Tools to Connect with Students (Part 2)

Once again, the people at Dyknow thought I had something interesting to say about some of the things I do in my classroom (in this case – outside my classroom).  Here’s the link to the Blog post:



Guest Blog Post – Cool Tools I Use!

As part of my HP Catalyst Project: Business Math @Conestoga, I’ve spend the last year trying out different tools to help me better connect with my students.

Check out my first of a two part series blog post that I wrote for the folks over a Dyknow that describes some of the Tools I’ve been using with my class.


Part 2 comes out next week.


Connecting with Students OUTSIDE the classroom

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Advancing Learning 2012 Conference Presentation

Engaging Students Inside and Outside the Classroom

Here’s the link to my Prezi that has

  • all the links for the tools I talked about as well as
  • links to the HP Catalyst Project: Business Math @Conestoga: Math is everyone’s business!

You will find it here:


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