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Unpacking the Common Core: Technology Powered Projects

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Overview

Technology can be a powerful tool to help us meet the Common Core Standards and prepare our students for success in school and beyond, and a great way to use that technology is with student projects. Although there are specific Common Core standards dedicated to using technology, an instructional shift calls for the seamless integration of technology into the curriculum. Join Susan Oxnevad as she shows how to use free and user friendly digital tools to design and facilitate Common Core aligned, student-driven learning experiences that provide students with flexible learning paths and extend the walls of the classroom.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, June 13, 2013 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Common Core, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: 589, CCSS, Common Core, Common Core State Standards, Google Docs, MentorMob, student projects, ThingLink, UDL, VoiceThread, Wikispaces

Reviews (12)

Full Member
+6
 
Thank you for these wonderful tips! Great presentation!
Full Member
+5
 
I love how there are examples presented for many ideas. Excellent presentation.
Full Member
+10
 
Having projects that require technological integration fits with the theme of my school. Thank you for these wonderful tips.
Full Member
+8
 
Super cool!
Full Member
+10
 
NIce ideas and good tools.
Full Member
 
This was a wonderful presentation. The presentation examples were excellent
Basic Member
+3
 
Wonderful ideas. Thanks for the examples and templates.
Full Member
+6
 
Lots of great ideas shared.
Full Member
+6
 
Thank you for explaining so many things. I'm still not sold on the wonders of Common Core but if we have to we have to just not sure it's really a good thing the more I know about them.
Basic Member
 
These were very concrete ways to expand on the Common Core. Well done!
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