EDCI 8265 Professional Development Project. Tempestt Adams, Jennifer Dashiell, Katie Golfus, Eugenia Hopper, & Nick Triplett. Centra Quick Tips. Press button or Ctrl Key to speak Use button to ask questions Use button for Yes , button for No
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EDCI 8265 Professional Development Project
Tempestt Adams, Jennifer Dashiell, Katie Golfus, Eugenia Hopper, & Nick Triplett
Centra Quick Tips
What creative tools or approaches have you used for students to present their work? Share in the chat box.
Wear and tear
Less is more (in groups)
Wi-fi or USB access to text
Easier to assign work
Guaranteed access to same material
“Highlight/write in book”
No e-reader??? No problem!
Personal e-reader, cellphone
Think of your experiences as a practitioner using tech tools. Lets share some examples of success stories. How about some examples of obstacles?
Levels of access and implementation vary between and within schools/classrooms.
Using a process can help realize the pedagogical benefits of tech tools across various contexts
1. Identify a tech tool
2. Analyze the pedagogical benefits
3. Optimum use?
4. Reverse engineering and limited resources
5. Bring your own device (BYOD)?