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"Sasha, School administrators do play a huge role in creating a digital presence in schools.  BYOT must be implemented correctly with a plan for students' first learning the role as digital citizens.  Once students' know the…"
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"Rachelle, I enjoyed this article. When I think about how Skype was used for the preschool classroom, I immediately began to think of ways it could be used in middle school. Why couldn't a science teacher Skype a scientist or engineer, a civics…"
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"Lenni, I enjoyed reading about the ipads for sixth grade students.  When technology is a central focus in any subject, then students will be motivated and will enjoy learning."
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Lenni D. Nedley replied to David Petrick's discussion How has technology in your classroom impact student learning and achievement?
"Dennis, I have the following articles that may interest you: Kadijevich, D. M. (2012). TPCK framework: assessing teachers' knowledge and designing           courses for their professional…"
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"Collaboration is essential for teachers to learn from one another.  When teachers are able to share classroom ideas and strategies, student learning will improve.  "
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Lenni D. Nedley commented on Lenni D. Nedley's blog post BYOT continued
"Continuing the discussion regarding BYOT, the ASCD Smartbrief (http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/10/05/3578876/cms-launches-bring-your-own-technology.html), NC Superintendent Heath Morrison stated “Expanding the use of technology to…"
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Lenni D. Nedley replied to David Petrick's discussion How has technology in your classroom impact student learning and achievement?
"David, in the recent ASCD Smartbrief, the following article was listed: http://www.edutopia.org/blog/dispelling-one-to-one-myths-andrew-marcinek.  It describes the myths around using iPads in the classroom."
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Lenni D. Nedley commented on Lenni D. Nedley's blog post BYOT continued
"Easy to watch simple explanation of BYOT for educators who are apprehensive or nervous about this concept: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SSXyfX8ABhA"
Oct 6, 2012
Lenni D. Nedley commented on Lenni D. Nedley's blog post BYOT continued
"Tech Insight Online offers the following http://www.techinsightonline.com archived webcast."
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TPACK

Posted on September 29, 2012 at 5:14pm 0 Comments

After discussing the TPACK framework in my doctorate class this afternoon, I was reading through my ASCD Smart Brief and found this:

 

http://www.nwitimes.com/news/local/lake/gary/gary-new-tech-humming-along-in-its-second-year/article_967543f4-725b-5a1e-894a-7e448b794c10.html

BYOT continued

Posted on September 23, 2012 at 5:00pm 3 Comments

After attending a workshop for the Southwestern Pennsylvania's Principals Academy this month, I had the opportunity to speak with an administrator from a nearby district.  The high school in this district became BYOT in the 2010 school year.  It was a very rough start because student guidelines and expectations were not given, teachers were not prepared, and discipline issues not discussed.  Eventhough this was not well supported, the middle school started BYOT in the 2011 school year and…

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Thanks for the great resource for first grade! I  found loads of helpful stuff!

 
 
 

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