Steve Garton will return to TL4Ed Live! to have a conversation with me about online privacy. What are we trading with companies for “free” use of platforms and software? What seemingly innocuous things do we all do that can be used by identify thieves? How has your phone number become a key, literally, to your privacy? There are many questions that don’t have good answers, and others that have “simple”… Read More »TL4Ed Live! A Conversation About Privacy With Steve Garton
In this episode, I share my thoughts about the challenges of teaching in the current COVID19 quarantine environment, and how we can learn from the experiences of some of Maine’s island schools.
#7 TL4Ed: Interview with First Grade Teacher Tiffany Roberts – Online Learning with Elementary Learners – Part 2
This is the second half of my interview with Tiffany Roberts, first grade teacher from the Lake Lucina Elementary School in the Duval Country Public School system in Florida. In this half, she shares with us more advice including for administrators and parents.
#6 TL4Ed: Interview with First Grade Teacher Tiffany Roberts – Online Learning with Elementary Learners – Part 1
In this episode, I interviewed Tiffany Roberts, first grade teacher at the Lake Lucina Elementary School, Duval County Public Schools in Florida. This is part 1 of a 2 part interview where we learn about Tiffany’s experiences teaching young elementary-aged students online long before social distancing and long before schools around the country began switching to online learning.
This post has a podcast episode that talks about the content below, but it isn’t a word-for-word reading of this post, so please give a listen! I’ll be sharing my thoughts about media creation for teachers now at home and working to teach their students online or remote as a result of the social distancing measures being employed by schools across the globe. If you have questions or comments, please… Read More »#5 TL4Ed: Content Creation For the Quarantined Teacher
#IDEACon: Leadership In A Digital Age Thursday, February 27, 8:00 am • #IDEACon •Schaumburg, IL Session Description: Leadership manifests itself in many ways. Relationships and how we support the people around us as well as building consensus around a vision are critical. This is frequently discussed and examined. The policies we set and the way that we budget are equally as important manifestations of leadership. Technology-rich learning environments bring new challenges… Read More »#IDEACon – Leadership In A Digital Age
SAMR: More Than A Model Workshop Materials Wednesday, February 26, 11:15 am • #IDEACon •Schaumburg, IL Session Description: The SAMR model, developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura, has been around for close to 20 years. Can anything that’s been around education that long really be useful anymore? The answer is, YES! Your veteran teachers are the foundation of your faculty, and SAMR is more relevant today for most educators than it… Read More »#IDEACon – SAMR: More Than a Model
Date: January 22 , 2020 Time: 4 PM Eastern Topic: Using Augmented Reality to Integrate Black History Across the Curriculum Are you looking for engaging lessons for Black History Month? Have you ever wondered how Augmented Reality fits into your classroom? We’ll discuss and learn about how students can use digital storytelling techniques with Augmented Reality to create their own Black History Videos. 3DBear’s Augmented Reality Creation App allows teachers to conduct Inquiry-based… Read More »#4 TL4ED: Using Augmented Reality to Integrate Black History Month Across the Curriculum