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Updated by Julie Frizzell on Apr 14, 2016
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TECHNOLOGY AS A TOOL FOR TEACHING & LEARNING

Here's a list of resources I'd like to be able to use when developing my "Technology as a Tool for Teaching & Learning" sessions!

Teacher Tech - Alice Keeler

Teacher Tech is a website created by Alice Keeler on educational topics such as Google Classroom, Google Apps, 3D printing, coding, common core, and teaching in the 21st century.

Explore math with Desmos Start Graphing

Explore math with desmos.com, a free online graphing calculator

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GeoGebra
The Graphing Calculator for Functions, Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, Statistics and 3D Math!
Dynamic mathematics for learning and teaching

Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments is committed to providing calculators and educational solutions that will enhance student performance in math and science. Your Passion. Our Technology. Student Success.

Google Drive Level Up Challenge - Teacher Tech

Part of my lesson for this week is to introduce my students to Google Drive. Some of the students are adept at tech skills and others struggle with highlighting text. To help differentiate for the variety of Google Drive knowledge, I created a challenge list the students can choose from. The students choose the challenges on the list they wish to try. Marking off the challenge with an X gives them a “badge” or digital sticker and levels them up. Students can choose the combinations of challenges that gets them to at least level 10. I attached the challenge sheet in Google Classroom as “Make a copy for each student.” Each student has their own copy of the challenge sheet and turns in the spreadsheet when they are done.

Gamification: Creating a Level Up for Your Students - Teacher Tech

If you have thought about adding an element of gamification to your classroom, having students level up might be fun to do. How do you do this….. The answer is always a spreadsheet

Gamify Your PD: Badges and Level Up - Teacher Tech

If you are providing a professional development workshop you may want to consider trying to gamify the event. I have created a template using Google Sheets that allows you to create a list of activities the PD participants will engage in. Assign a difficulty level, XP points and a badge to each task. As the participants complete the activities they can check them off and level up!