Here’s a short article about creating them in MS Powerpoint–be sure to check out the 5 free infographic templates for Powerpoint too! Filed under: infographics, visualization, howto, creativity, GREAT, 4me, 4tchrs, 4MoiraDigitalProjects
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Education & Tech News to Use: How to Create an Infographic in an Hour or Less [5 Free PPT Templates]
Posted by connect2jamie on July 9, 2015
Education & Tech News to Use: 12 Free Add-ons That Take Docs And Sheets To The Next Level | The Gooru
The Gooru posted a great list of possible add-ons to make Google Docs & Sheets even better! As our faculty begins to get familiar and comfortable with GAFE tools, I hope that they will begin to explore apps, extensions and add-ons!
As for these add-ons, I tried a few, and Flubaroo is amazing! Fax Machine is really useful too! There are some great suggestions here! Filed under: GAFE, google, Add-ons, productivity, toplist, 4tchrs, pd
Posted by connect2jamie on July 7, 2015
Wow! The “digital natives” theory from 10 years ago certainly seems not to be bearing true! Too bad so many in the field of ed put so much credence in it! Exposure to tech does not translate to efficiency. We’ve got to get in front of this problem and train teachers so that they can guide their students. The time is now!
Filed under: millennials, technology, 4me, 4tchrs, richardson
Posted by connect2jamie on July 6, 2015
This is a very useful infographic describing the spectrum of online relationships, from simple exposure through full collaboration. Will Richardson shared this in a workshop June 2015. How many educators are in the “unaware” or “encounter” phase when it comes to some of the thinkers driving innovation in our classrooms? Is it necessary for all teachers to be aware of these innovators? What is the tipping point that is necessary for meaningful change in our school community?
Filed under: socialmedia, socialnetworking, infographic, 4tchrs
Posted by connect2jamie on July 5, 2015
In this short post & video, Alice Keeler discusses how formative assessment is helpful to both student and teacher, and how tools such as Google Apps for Education facilitate the process, making deeper learning possible. Great reason to get proficient in using GAFE tools effectively with students!
Filed under: gafe, google, formativeassessment, 4tchrs
Posted by connect2jamie on July 4, 2015
For those of us who don’t really “get” graphic novels, here’s a great resource from the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund to help us re-evaluate their importance to our students’ reading development. Personally, I wish I liked them more–I really do–but I do appreciate that my kids (including my own personal kid, and she’s an adult) connect to graphic novels in a profound way.
Filed under: graphicnovel, reading, readingencouragement, 4parents, 4tchrs
Posted by connect2jamie on June 21, 2015
Wow! We are solidly in the “using tech” category in my school. In fact, in some classes, I suspect there isn’t even very much effective “using tech” going on. It makes the dismantling of our district edtech dept very troubling.
Within our building though, we are focusing on changing the culture, so I’m hoping to move the needle a bit to the Tech Integration side in the next school year.
Filed under: edtech, 4tchrs
Posted by connect2jamie on June 17, 2015
Education & Tech News to Use: Ten Alternatives to Book Reports by Mary Catherine Miller | Nerdy Book Club
Filed under: wildreaders, readingencouragement, 4tchrs
Posted by connect2jamie on June 15, 2015
How many of us really understand the difference in these three terms? Is it even possible to personalize learning in a TX classroom?
As we think about how to meet the needs of all learners in our classrooms, it’s important that we all use the lesson design vocabulary in the same way. Interesting.
Filed under: personalization, individualization, differentiation, 4tchrs, pd
Posted by connect2jamie on June 14, 2015