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Teaching Technology

Technology Tools for Teaching

Edmodo an easy way for students and teachers to collaborate and stay connected in a safe online environment.
Diigo a research and bookmarking website for annotating.
E-Portfolio an online collection of materials and projects to demonstrate one's abilities.
Web 2.0 worldwide websites that involve user interaction and user generated content.
Google Tools various online applications created by Google to enhance user capabilities.
Teacher Website an internet site for the purpose of being a hub of classroom information; can include homework, student-teacher and parent-teacher communications, and daily activities.
Teacher Blog a component of a teacher's website that can provide daily postings related to classroom updates.
SAMR an acronym developed for teachers illustrating how to infuse technology into the learning process.
S-Substitution the lowest level of using technology in a classroom; at this level, new technology simply replaces old technology. Ex: Using GoogleDocs instead of Microsoft Word.
A-Augmentation an enhanced level of Substitution; new technology replacing old technology with enhanced functionalities. Ex: Using GoogleDocs and utilizing the Auto-Save capabilities and GoogleSharing.
M-Modification redesigning a task through the use of technology. Ex: Turning a traditionally bullet-pointed list into an online MindMap.
R-Redefinition enables students to use technology in a way that engages and allows for completely new experiences. Ex: Students collaborating with students from other countries using video chat.
Created by: BeckieMBU