Motivating Underachieving Students – Workshop Resources

How do I reach unmotivated students? How can I create the conditions for student-self motivation?

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Mac 101 – Workshop Resources

New to Mac? Where to get started.

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Motivating Students With Engaging Tasks

Engaging Tasks are an easy-to-implement, real world learning strategy. An Engaging Task tells a little story (only a paragraph or so!) that gives the students a reason for doing the work.

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Keeping Learning First – Resources

The true power of technology is not in learning to use it, but rather using it to learn. The device (by itself) isn’t the magic, all the ways students can learn with it is! Don’t be a district that puts the device first. Put the learning first.
Let’s Focus on the Learning
Ed Tech Research is Clear: Owning a Device Does Not Improve Learning
Maine Announces Learning Technology Framework
Are We Talking Technology or Are We Talking Learning?
A Plain English Instructional Model
The Advantages of a Plain English Instructional Model
Taking Classroom Tech Use to the Next Level: Specific Traits to Look For – the article that includes Alan November’s 6 questions to decide if technology adds value.

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Micro-Credentials for Formative and Summative Assessment

What’s all the fuss about micro-credentials and digital badging? What are they and how do I earn them? What might they have to do with formative and summative assessment? Is anyone using them in education for students?

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Technology for Proficiency-based Learning

How can technology help support your proficiency-based learning initiative?

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Planning for Experiential Math

Resources and ideas from the Planning Experiential Learning segment of the Experiential Math Retreat.

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