Marshall School


What School Leaders Need to Know About Digital Technologies and Social Media
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March 29, 2012

0. Some things to take home with you today

1. Opening conversation

2. Evaluating technology integration in our classrooms

3. Questions and troubleshooting

4. Putting students to work

4a. Backchanneling

4b. More student interaction tools

4c. Student content curation

4d. Student content creation

4e. Some of Scott’s Delicious tags

5. 1:1 steering committee

6. STEM symposium

6a. What we get from the media

6b. Powerful technologies, powerful youth

6c. Put the kids to work; they’ll learn more and can make a difference

6d. Conclusion

August 24, 2012

1. Opening conversation

2. Bloom’s / Webb’s

4. Scott’s slides

5. Global

6. Crowdsourced

7. Open, accessible, and free

8. Active and interactive

9. Robust student agency and voice

10. Every educator should have a RSS reader (build your own capacity as learners)

11. Technology integration resources

12. Personal productivity

Miscellaneous resources

14. Problem- / Inquiry- / Challenge-based learning resources

15. Standards, frameworks, and reports you should know about

CASTLE resources

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