Digital Literacy for Teachers & Students – Locating and Curating the Best of the Web
Teachers and students have an overabundance of information at their fingertips to make teaching and learning more “real time” than ever before. Teachers are no longer the lone “giver of knowledge” that they once were. How do teachers not only find engaging content for their students, but how can they also be creators of engaging content? What are ways we can curate and organize this content? Learn how Google Apps for Education and Learning Bird work together to help you and your students!
In this edWeb.net webinar for The Digital Educator community, Kyle Pace, Instructional Technology Specialist/Google Certified Teacher, showed participants:
- ways to curate great educational content;
- how to create engaging multimedia content for your students; and
- how Google Apps for Education combined with Learning Bird can help you formatively assess your students.
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The Digital Educator is a free professional learning network (PLN) that is all about 21st-century instruction. Educators discuss creating, publishing, and sharing digital lessons to blend, flip, differentiate and more in their classrooms. This program is sponsored by Learning Bird.
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