#whatisschool has been incredible over the last few weeks – it continues to grow and provide teachers with the best PD available online.
For the next 3 weeks I will be absent from #whatisschool as I am on holiday and spending some quality time with my amazing family. I will be available on Twitter throughout July and will be back hosting #whatisschool again on July 23. in the meantime Laura will have special guests joining her to lead the way. This week we have ever amazing Mark Weston joining the team to talk about celebrating technology and learning.
Whether you attended ISTE 2015 or followed the conversation on-line, if you are like me you are brimming with big ideas and strategies for upping technology use in your classroom, maybe even your district. This time of year is a great time to plan and strategise but often the pace picks up quickly leaving little time for innovation and plans fall flat. So what do you do?
This week, #whatisschool looks at digital learning and ways you can use the next month to create an innovative technology plan that will get you and your students pumped up for learning.
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Questions #whatisschool, July 2, 2015 7PM EDT
1) What digital programs, devises or learning strategies are you eager to share with students, co-workers, & administration?
2) How can you use that program, devise or strategy to strengthen your weakest lesson plan?
3) How can you use tech to collaborate with teachers, parents, administrators or others to make lessons come to life?
4) What obstacles will you encounter implementing tech in your lessons, how can you overcome them, who can help?
5) What skills need to be learned to implement your lesson strategy? Can they be used in other learning areas?
6) How can you use tech help students reach audiences, get real world experience and be involved in their communities?