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By Sara Olson [email protected] I have a projector… now what?. Preteach. Technology is raising the bar for teachers. We can use the presenter to build prior knowledge & hook students on a topic. . *TED. Youtube. Power Media Plus. Brain Pop Jr. Schooltube. neok12.

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By sara olson sara olson@kearneypublic org

By Sara Olson

[email protected]

I have a projector…now what?


Preteach
Preteach

Technology is raising the bar for teachers. We can use the presenter to build prior knowledge & hook students on a topic.

*TED

Youtube

Power Media Plus

Brain Pop Jr.

Schooltube

neok12

Educational Videos

Teachertube

Brain Pop

National Geographic


Teach
Teach

In the regular education classroom

Show & Tell

Handwriting

Excel Graphing activities

Weather

A-Z Reading

Tux Paint

Treasures Reading materials

Kidsperation2

*Starfall (books, movies, games)

Dictionary


Teach1
Teach

Cont.

Project great websites

Do worksheets together on the board

Share class photos

Share class projects

Teaching a software program before you move to the lab

Teaching how to move around the web


Teach2
Teach

Cont.

Teacher made Power Points

Giving directions

Helps meets the needs of your visual & auditory learners

*Google Earth


Teach3
Teach

In Music

Showing Youtube videos of musicians that are long gone or alive and current

Running our smartmoves DVD for a warmup (kinesthetic)

Powerpoint presentations (composers, recorder instructions)

Google squared(compare/contrast)

Showing recorder music when kids forget their own)


Review
Review

Use these easy to modify templates to review after each unit. You can even have your students come up with the questions to fill into the template.

Games such as…..

Power Point Games

Jeopardy

Academic Vocabulary

Wheel of Fortune

Ed Games

Battle Ship

Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader


Review1
Review

Use clickers to take a class assessment

Project a Skype conversation

Project treasure reading stories

Do you have other thoughts, ideas, comments, concerns?


Quotes

Quotes

My students are engaged in our reviews and look forward to the next time we get to review. They’ve started writing questions down on their own during lessons to use for the review.

It’s helped learning come alive!

I simply start a Youtube video that relates to what we’re learning as my students walk in the room. I don’t have to beg for their attention, they’re hooked!


Other favorites
Other favorites…

Animoto

Kerpoof

I learn technology

Visuwords

GeoGebra

Wordle

Hands On Banking

EduScapes

Vocaroo

I Love Wav

Xtranormal

Glogster

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives


Special thanks to

Annette CollingGlenwood 1st Grade

Wendy O’Neil

Glenwood Kindergarten

Tina Kirschner

KPS Technology Coach

Kelly MelsonNortheast Media Specialist

KandiStelling

Northeast Music Teacher

Dennis Hartner

Northeast 4th Grade – Social Studies

Kris Kampovitz

Northeast 4th Grade - Science

Special thanks to…


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