Google Tour Builder Google Tour Builder is super easy to use. You need to go to this site: https://tourbuilder.withgoogle.com/ and start creating your tour. Students can make a virtual itinerary, including locking street views and add text, pictures, videos to their journey. This is a great way to tell a story. For instance, you can create … Continue reading FAVORITE EdTech tools and ideas to EMPOWER learners!
Richard Anderson and I have published a blog post on the EdTechTeam Blog to share our collaborative project on Curriculum Mapping with G Suite. Read more here...
This is a very big project I have been working on with Richard Anderson for the last 2 years. Richard has been the Geek on this project, he is the tech brain and I am more competent in the pedagogical aspect. We have been developing a way to integrate various G Suite Apps in order … Continue reading Curriculum Mapping with G Suite ~ Teacher’s Point of view
We don't need no education .... While this is extreme, it's interesting to explore self-directed learning. Here is a webinar I conducted as part of the Google EDU conference on Air: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ceVpBQOpBU
Common Sense Media provides excellent resources on Digital Literacy and Digital Citizenship for the various stakeholders (parents, educators, students). It is also possible to become a Digital Citizenship Certified Educator by following certain steps on their website and teaching a minimum of 4 hours in one class using the Common Sense Media resources. You may … Continue reading Common Sense Media ~ Becoming a Digital Citizenship Certified Educator