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Within these pages, you will find months of hard work by some of the most amazing, dedicated, and creative educators that I know. They have volunteered to share their expertise with you through videos, text, and images. Please be respectful, and cite the individual authors when you reference their work.
We hope this guide will be a "go-to" resource for you as you integrate technology in your classroom, to empower your students to become thought leaders and change makers.
Kristina A Holzweiss
Jenna McClung, an Instructional Coach at Barber MS, recently created an interactive Math and Science Night for students, parents, and guardians to participate in virtually. Ms. McClung successfully utilized Google Slides, Google Forms, screencasting, bitmojis, and various interactive resources to bring the virtual experience together.
Various activities included Clock Match, Rocket Angles, Matho, Digital Dice, Periodic Table Song, and Mystery Science to name just a few. In addition, the Book Fair was highlighted as well.
Ms. McClung explained that she used the technology training she attended in the summer as well as input from various team members to create the virtual experience.
NOTE: Currently all meetings are being held virtually.
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I look forward to meeting with you to collaborate and integrate technology efficiently and effectively into your instruction.
Unless I am out of district or there is a conflicting need, my regular campus visits are as follows:
Also, if my schedule permits, I am willing to meet with you on non-campus days as well.
When I am on campus, I will email the staff to let you know as well as to share my Tech It Outs!
Please follow me on Twitter for quick tips, tricks, and resources on all things technology.
You can find me at @cvalastro.
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The podcast above is an example of what you and your students could do. It is not an actual episode, nor complete - simply an example!
If you are interested in learning more about podcasting yourself or with your students, please contact me.
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