Sean O’Neil: Technology Coordinator

In this webinar, presenter Sean O’Neil, Technology Coordinator, and T.H.E. Journal’s EdTech Innovator of the Month, shared his use of technology at Antioch High School in Antioch, California.  Sean discussed  using gamification in the classroom to encourage students to work on problems and skills to reach the next level.  Sean also shared how he used iTunes podcasts in a new and unexpected way, and embarked on a new project to get the students to help create and maintain a mobile app.  Watch the webinar to learn about the new technologies and innovative ways he is using technology in the classroom.

Quotes from the session:

“Thank you! I got lots of tips and websites to use in the future! :-)”

“Thanks for all of the ideas and resources!”


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Presented by the THE Journal

Presented by Sean O’Neil, Technology Coordinator, Antioch High School, Antioch, CA.

Sean O’Neil, Technology Coordinator, Antioch High School, Antioch, CA.  Formally the theatre arts director, Sean is now the Media/Tech Academy director.

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EdTech Innovators presents a series of webinars with educators who are exceptional in their use of technology to support teaching and learning.

The presenters have been selected by the editors of THE Journal as part of their Innovator of the Month profile.  You’ll hear from teachers, librarians, and administrators about all the creative ways they are integrating technology into education.  The variety of tools and applications is stunning, and the applications touch every aspect of the life of a school community.

THE Journal is dedicated to helping K-12 senior-level district and school administrators, technologists, and tech-savvy educators within districts, schools, and classrooms improve and advance teaching, learning, and school administration through the use of technology.

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