#ETTchat: Evaluating New Technology Initiatives in Schools – an interview with Justin Reich & James Daley

#ETTchat: Evaluating New Technology Initiatives in Schools – an interview with Justin Reich & James Daley

This fall, as part of our #ETTchat series, Communications Editor James Daley will be chatting with our EdTechTeacher instructors about some of their favorite tools, apps, and strategies for the classroom. In this post, he chats with co-founder Justin Reich about the question Is All This

5 Ways iPads have Changed the Classroom – Guest Post from Jodie Deinhammer

5 Ways iPads have Changed the Classroom – Guest Post from Jodie Deinhammer

This guest post from Jodie Deinhammer, Innovation Summit featured speaker, first appeared on Daily Genius. When a cart of iPads was first delivered to my classroom, my first thought was, “Awesome, now we can Google stuff!” Fast forward 7 years and my

#ETTChat: 5 Ways that Screencasting Improves Teaching & Learning – an Interview with Avra Robinson & James Daley

#ETTChat: 5 Ways that Screencasting Improves Teaching & Learning – an Interview with Avra Robinson & James Daley

This fall, as part of our #ETTchat series, Communications Editor James Daley will be chatting with our EdTechTeacher instructors about some of their favorite tools, apps, and strategies for the classroom. In this post, he interviews Avra Robinson, about screencasting in the classroom. Screencasting

Telling the Story of Learning through “Kid Cams” – Guest Post from Tim Kaegi

Telling the Story of Learning through “Kid Cams” – Guest Post from Tim Kaegi

This guest post from Innovation Summit speaker, Tim Kaegi (@TLKaegi), first appeared on Daily Genius. Given the ever-changing philosophies in the educational landscape, proving that learning is happening in the classroom has been redefined. Sure, traditional worksheets and formal assessments can still

4 Reasons To Publish Student Writing As Videos – Guest Post from Meghan Zigmond

4 Reasons To Publish Student Writing As Videos – Guest Post from Meghan Zigmond

This guest post from Innovation Summit Featured Speaker, Meghan Zigmond (@MeghanZigmond) first appeared on Daily Genius. Writer’s Workshop is a magical time in the primary grades. There are students all over the classroom. They’re standing, sitting, wobbling, or laying on their bellies

5 Ways to Use Screencasting to Build Stronger Home-School Connections – From Avra

5 Ways to Use Screencasting to Build Stronger Home-School Connections – From Avra

This post first appeared on Daily Genius. Screencasts are typically short video recordings of what is taking place on the screen of a computer or mobile device. They provide students with a dynamic way to make thinking visible, as they can demonstrate

Draw and Tell: Create Animated Screencasts with Elementary Students – From Tom

Draw and Tell: Create Animated Screencasts with Elementary Students – From Tom

This post first appeared on Free Technology for Teachers. Thanks to a recent partnership with Khan Academy, Duck Duck Moose has made its terrific Draw and Tell iOS app completely FREE. With Draw and Tell, young students can easily create an animated screencast