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Free Tools for Project-based Learning in Your 1:1 Classroom

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Overview

Would you like to help your students acquire deeper knowledge as they investigate challenges and gain problem-solving skills? If so, project-based learning is a great way to accomplish those goals and the inclusion of mobile devices and apps in the classroom makes integrating project-based learning even easier. Join Jenna Linskens as she explores free device-neutral applications to support project-based learning in your 1:1 classroom. You will gain insight on how to use these free tools to increase student engagement, motivation, creativity, and content understanding, while supporting the Common Core Standards and ISTE NETS-S. Although the classroom examples and apps Jenna will share are great for 1:1 classrooms, they are also suitable and adaptable for classrooms that do not have a device for each student and need to share devices.

SPONSOR: This webinar is brought to you by Otus. See how this easy-to-use yet powerful LMS can revolutionize your classroom, www.otusplus.com

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, October 26, 2019 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Common Core, Mobile Learning Intermediate , Tools for Student Projects
Tags: 1:1, CCSS, Common Core, mobile learning, motivation, one-to-one, PBL, problem-solving, project based learning, understanding

Reviews (47)

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+7
 
Great ideas !
 
this would be good for older grades
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+1
 
It seems for higher grades, I teach 3rd grade, but is good.
Thanks
 
Stunning
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Very good.
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I can't wait to try thinglink.
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Awesome resources!! I will visit this webinar again to remember all these wonderful online web that I can use with my students. Do you have a list of these websites on one page?
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Great view thanks
 
interesting but don't think I'll use it for my class
 
I teach lower elementary and this just seems more for high school or higher. Geared to older kids.
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