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Engaging Students with Technology


Today’s students are more tech-savvy than ever before. It’s almost like they are programed to learn a different way than traditional past methods. No I don’t mean they are like robots, but they have grown up around technology, so multimedia, vivid images, video, instantaneous information, all of this grabs today’s student’s attention. Having technology in the classroom is not to replace a great teacher, but a combination of a great teacher and constructive classroom technology usage can result to great education. It simply makes sense to integrate technology in the classroom since it has become so integral to the world outside of the classroom and today’s students are accustomed to it.

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  • A classroom tool that helps teachers improve behavior in their classrooms quickly and easily.


  • A 3-ring binder for the web that allows you to collect and organize your resources from the web.


  • A student response system that works on smartphones, laptops/desktops, and tablets.

Skype in the classroom

  • A portal for Skype connections and lesson plans.



iTunes U

  • Full courses and resources available through iTunes and your iPad


Web 2.0 Tools for Educators


Expand your PLN with Twitter

Expand your PLN with Edmodo


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