The objective of this tutorial is to provide the faculty of my school technology resources they can use in their teaching.
This Webinar is based on the technology tools I learned in my Integrating Technology course I took at the Richard Stockton College of NJ. Using what I learned from these tools I hope to turnkey that information into two 15 minute videos that will give a brief overview of what I learned (video one) and a more in-depth tutorial on two other tools (video two) that teachers can start using immediately in their classrooms.
This Webinar will be used as a professional development course provided to the faculty of my school. The content documents the types of technology integration tools I learned in my class. Throughout it will state which tools I used in certain subject areas. This is part one or a two-part Webinar. The ensuing video, part two, will be a tutorial on two specific tools so that the faculty may incorporate them into their teaching.
This is a description of how I incorporated the ten technology integration lessons I designed into a unit plan, which different subject areas.
Here is a brief video with more details about the flipped classroom and several other videos on the topic.
Description of media literacy and why is important for 21st century learners to know the purpose of media messages.
An example of how teachers can use SKYPE to collaborate with another classroom.
Educational Technology Standards for Teachers