-Interested in ramping up his Edmodo use with students. Wanted more access to his files when he is making assignments
-I offered to come in for a class and see if I had any ideas about integrating technology beyond Edmodo. We'll touch base about this before next week.
-Interested in using QR codes to link students directly to assignments or resources.
-Next week I'll go in for her 1st and 3rd period classes and see if I have any ideas to add to what we came up with together today.
-Interested in promoting more peer collaboration on projects.
-We talked about setting us some blended stations for personalized learning since she has a variety of levels in her classroom. I'm going to visit one of her classes next week just to see if I can think of ways that this might work.
-She is interested in working with some software that would allow for videos to be segmented, assessments and discussion prompts added so students could watch independently and she could have data on their responses to what they see.
-We discussed Office 365 and she would be interested in joining a lesson for the teachers in my partner group and introducing it to her students.
-I am going to contact Webb Bridge and Crabapple Middle and see if I can visit some of their math classrooms to get some ideas of how they personalize with the one to one devices.
-Paula is very tech savvy and has used a lot of technology in her classroom.
-We talked about flipping or blending in order to support varied strategies and she is interested in using blendspace to do this. She is planning to do some research into the product and create something by the time I come next Thursday.
-Paula is very interested in using office 365 class notebooks to promote collaboration and communication with her students and within her PLC. She is working on learning more about it and I've offered to be available if she needs any help. I asked her to partner with me to design a workshop for other teachers who would like to use the tool.
Technology tools can be powerful. They can help build communication, critical thinking, collaboration and creativity in the classroom. Technology doesn’t have to create solitary citizens, it can help create global citizens who learn to work together for global solutions.