Teachers – easily – tweak your tech skills   Leave a comment

Two free and simple to use resources allow you to fortify your lessons, in any content area, using technology. This is not rocket science, all you have to do is find the best fit for your classroom or campus. Doing this over the summer means you can save time later. Plus, show off your skills when school opens. Here they are:

1. Digital Storytelling
Not to worry, there are step by step instructions on setting this up and rolling it out. You can also browse some examples. On the second page (click arrow at botton of first page) are the detailed answers to all the potential “how to” questions. http://www.educationreporting.com/viewArticleDetails.php?id=681

2. Learning with online games
Thousands of free games that can be simply used over the internet – no special software required. This is a big win-win: students learn the subject content and technology skills.
http://www.educationreporting.com/Education_Games.xml

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Posted July 14, 2009 by Jack in Curriculum

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