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Tips and Best Practices for New 1:1 Teachers

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Going 1:1 with new technology in the classroom can be both exciting and overwhelming. As you try to embrace the new technology, you're likely to ask yourself questions such as: How will I find time to teach all the required content and standards while integrating technology? Which apps are "good'? How can I help my students manage all of their logins? Join Chris Hull as he explores questions such as these and provides tips and best practices for learning and teaching in a 1:1 classroom. He will discuss the importance of reflecting, experimenting, risk-taking, communicating with other educators, and why it's okay to make mistakes. As Chris shares his experiences in a 1:1 classroom, with first iPads and later Chromebooks, he will reveal some of his insights for successful teaching with technology. In addition to discussing 1:1 classroom philosophy and best practices, Chris will demonstrate how educators can streamline web resources and individualize blended learning to help students read, write, and think critically and independently. Teachers at all skill levels with any device are welcome.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, January 24, 2015 @ 1:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Mobile Learning Basics
Tags: 1:1, best practices, Chromebooks, iPads, mobile learning, One-to-one

Reviews (27)

Good information:-)
Nice work
Full Member
Thank you for the wonderful information
Thank you for the wonderful information to put into practice.
Basic Member
Very informative.
Basic Member
Great info. Thanks!
Basic Member
Very informative.
Basic Member
Good information. Thanks for sharing your experiences.
Basic Member
Good information.
Basic Member
The title of this presentation does not fit. I certainly did not get a list of 11 tips. I expected tips and resources to try. Instead, this presented the following ideas: the power and potential of one-to-one classroom, the need for teachers and students to try new things, a reminder to have learning goals drive the use of technology.
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