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NYC Men of Color Lunch & Learn

NYC CSForALL Men of Color Lunch and Learn

Men of Color – Learn & Lunch – NYC CSForALL – February 29, 2020 Resources Slides from session Homework Activity Homework – Related Lesson Plan Example PB&J Flowcharts Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example

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The New Edtech Literacies

#IDEACon – Redefining EdTech Literacy

February 27, 2020 • Surviving and Thriving In A Dynamic Education Landscape • #IDEACon Session Downloads Slides References Metacluelessness: Understanding that You Don’t Understand TPACK SAMR Assessing Your EdTech Use With SAMR A SAMR Example

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Follow The Leader Sculpture

#IDEACon – Leadership In A Digital Age

Session Download Slides References Cyberbulllying Articles https://time.com/3881668/school-bullying-cyberbullying/ https://time.com/3881668/school-bullying-cyberbullying/ https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/cyberbullying-toolkit Related References Dr. Tim Knoster’s Model For Complex Change 3 Reasons to Think Twice Before Implementing a Required BYOD Program

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#IDEACon – SAMR: More Than a Model

SAMR; More Than A Model Workshop Materials Downloadable resources Resources from my session with Steve Garton at IDEACon 2020 in Schaumburg, IL, February 26, 2020. Participant Packet Slides   Additional SAMR Resources Brewing A Better Vocaubulary by Jeff Mao and

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SAMR Decision Tree

A SAMR Assessment example

In a recent post, I shared a simple way to assess your use of technology with the SAMR model. I wanted to provide an example of what this looks like in action. Let’s run through

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SAMR Model

Assessing Your EdTech Use With SAMR

I often see posts and get questions from educators asking whether or not a product is good. Or if what they are doing is right. Sometimes it’s phrased in the form, “How do I know

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Jeff Speaking at an event

#3 TL4Ed: Interview with Aaron White of Script

An interview I gave on the Script Innovate and Educate: Rising Education Leaders podcast hosted by Aaron White. The interview was originally recorded on November 7, 2019. Aaron and I had a wide ranging conversation that includes

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NYC Men of Color Lunch & Learn

NYC CSForALL Men of Color Lunch and Learn

Men of Color – Learn & Lunch – NYC CSForALL – February 29, 2020 Resources Slides from session Homework Activity Homework – Related Lesson Plan Example PB&J Flowcharts Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example

Read More »
The New Edtech Literacies

#IDEACon – Redefining EdTech Literacy

February 27, 2020 • Surviving and Thriving In A Dynamic Education Landscape • #IDEACon Session Downloads Slides References Metacluelessness: Understanding that You Don’t Understand TPACK SAMR Assessing Your EdTech Use With SAMR A SAMR Example

Read More »
Follow The Leader Sculpture

#IDEACon – Leadership In A Digital Age

Session Download Slides References Cyberbulllying Articles https://time.com/3881668/school-bullying-cyberbullying/ https://time.com/3881668/school-bullying-cyberbullying/ https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/cyberbullying-toolkit Related References Dr. Tim Knoster’s Model For Complex Change 3 Reasons to Think Twice Before Implementing a Required BYOD Program

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#IDEACon – SAMR: More Than a Model

SAMR; More Than A Model Workshop Materials Downloadable resources Resources from my session with Steve Garton at IDEACon 2020 in Schaumburg, IL, February 26, 2020. Participant Packet Slides   Additional SAMR Resources Brewing A Better Vocaubulary by Jeff Mao and

Read More »
SAMR Decision Tree

A SAMR Assessment example

In a recent post, I shared a simple way to assess your use of technology with the SAMR model. I wanted to provide an example of what this looks like in action. Let’s run through

Read More »
SAMR Model

Assessing Your EdTech Use With SAMR

I often see posts and get questions from educators asking whether or not a product is good. Or if what they are doing is right. Sometimes it’s phrased in the form, “How do I know

Read More »
Jeff Speaking at an event

#3 TL4Ed: Interview with Aaron White of Script

An interview I gave on the Script Innovate and Educate: Rising Education Leaders podcast hosted by Aaron White. The interview was originally recorded on November 7, 2019. Aaron and I had a wide ranging conversation that includes

Read More »