I am thinking of havin a monthly theme (each month could be one of the ISTE Standards for students) in the staff room where students could lead to inspire teachers. For example, having them share their learning of a particular ISTE Standard at recess time, around the Staff room area. We could give different opportunities … Continue reading Student-led PD?
In my school, we have organized as a "Tech Team" comprising of: - Tech Support - EdTech We defined our role very simply: - Tech Support: The IT Manager: focuses on the technical aspects of technology coordinates the IT Support team is in charge of the IT infrastructure (Internet and any IT equipment in the … Continue reading Getting organized as an EdTech Coach
It took me some time to prepare my Ignite for ISTE 2017. This is the first time I will be speaking to such a big crowd and with such a pedicured speech, like a mini keynote. The format is 5 min: 15 sec per slides (slides auto-advance). I am very very very very scared but … Continue reading Ignite
Today I interviewed Cris Turple, a global collaborator of mine who is teaching MYP English language and literature at the Canadian International School in Singapore. What we covered: - The practical implications about copyrights, digital credits and creative commons. Why is this topic important? 2- A glance at the differences between Public Domain, Copyrights and … Continue reading Copyright, Creative Commons and Public domain… Navigating grey areas
I created this GoogleDoc with images of women in Tech to print and display in my school in order to inspire young girls with tech and computer science.
I created 2 infographics for my teachers but they might be useful for others. 5 G00gle Classroom Posting Tips! 20 Best Practices on Google Classroom
We had such a lovely time making with parents at my school. This video capture the atmosphere of this maker morning, an exciting experience to build a sense of community and promote creativity and collaboration! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OX70AmoJB0
I created a video to clarify the expectations about referencing / giving credits and describing copyrights, creatives commons and public domain content. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LT0BDIAqqJA&feature=youtu.be
It was a great experience to present and attend the 21st Century Conference in Hong Kong for the first time! It reminded me how I could not go 2 years ago despite winning a free registration 😦 I have come a long way and I am glad to have opportunities to develop professionally and feel … Continue reading 21st Century Conference Hong Kong