Weekly Resources – Articles, Tools, & Ideas

We officially shifted into spring/summer mode this past week. Our T21 programs have started to wrap up with final face-to-face workshops, and registrations are streaming in for Summer Workshops. This also means that our writing has diversified as we reflect on pedagogical concepts such as assessment, PLN curation, and collaboration, and begin building our toolkits for summer. This week’s […]

From Hewlett’s OER Meeting to AERA – new thoughts from Justin Reich

Since EdTechTeacher Co-Founder, Justin Reich, moved his blog to Education Week on April 9th, he’s been writing prolifically.  Here are some highlights and insights from the past week. Massive Online Courses Create Bragging Rights for Universities, and Other Insights From Hewlett’s OER Meeting In discussion about the obstacles to the wide-spread adoption of Open Educational Resources […]

Lights, Camera… Engagement! EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec featured in Edutopia

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At the annual National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) conference this fall, Greg Kulowiec presented with three colleagues on the topic of Video in the Classroom. Edutopia regularly features great examples of Project-Based Learning and Comprehensive Assessment, and the presentation that Greg and his colleagues delivered addresses both of those themes. In the article, Lights, Camera . . […]

Adventures in Singapore – writings from EdTechTeacher’s Justin Reich

Since the 25th of January, EdTechTeacher Co-Director, Justin Reich, has been working with school leaders and educators in Singapore. During this time, he has taught workshops on the use of technology in History classrooms, discussed training programs with the Educational Technology Division, presented on the use of social networking tools to facilitate collaboration, and visited […]