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Top Tech for Teachers to Start the School Year
Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Presented by Rachel Langenhorst, Technology Integrationist
Sponsored by Mackin Educational Resources
Learning about new technology can sometimes feel like you’re trying to drink from a fire hose. By focusing on a handful of top tech tools, you can avoid the barrage and start your school year off right without being overwhelmed. In this webinar, K-12 Technology Integrationist and Instructional Coach Rachel Langenhorst introduced her top selections of websites and apps that can be used at any grade level. Learn about tools to:
- Enhance learning and collaboration
- Track student progress
- Keep parents involved
- Ignite student passion
Learn myriad new ideas for implementing meaningful technology integration as well as ways to utilize your students in building your technology tool kit! This session is geared toward K-12 educators and librarians.
Rachel Langenhorst is a K-12 Technology Integrationist and Instructional Coach in Rock Valley, Iowa and she also serves as an adjunct professor for Northwestern College. A 20+ year teaching veteran, Rachel presents throughout the Midwest, focusing on technology integration strategies and best practices. She serves as a contributor for Mackin Educational Resources, edWeb.net, and Education Talk Radio. Find Rachel on Twitter @rlangenhorst and on her blog at Tech from the Trenches.
For more than 30 years, Mackin Educational Resources has provided library and classroom materials for grades PK-12. Working with over 18,000 publishers and a database of more than 2.5 million printed titles and more than 350,000 digital titles, Mackin supplies print books, eBooks, online educational databases, audiobooks, video resources and more, along with digital content management and custom collection analysis services. A true partner in education, Mackin’s continued success and unblemished reputation is known by thousands of teachers, administrators, and librarians across the country and throughout the world.