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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Tempestt Adams, Jennifer Dashiell, Katie Golfus, Eugenia Hopper, & Nick Triplett
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)?