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Curriculum, Instruction, Engaged Learning, Assessment, Social Media, Tech Leadership

STREAM and Social Media – A Perfect Blend

Today's digital tools provide excellent means for sharing powerful student work. Created with digital tools, student work is augmented through communication and collaboration with others in digital spaces. One only has to view a school's website or social media account to see evidence of technology's impact in the classroom and a school's ability to share… Continue reading STREAM and Social Media – A Perfect Blend

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Tech Leadership

E2 Educate and Engage

Technology and social media have fundamentally transformed the learning experiences of the 21st century student.  The advent of the Internet has led to smartphones, social media, email and texting as the go-to mediums for interpersonal and organizational communication.  And while digital citizenship and best practices are still being refined – and even defined – these… Continue reading E2 Educate and Engage

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Social Media, Stakeholders and Community, Tools

Web and Social Media Analytics

Keeping track of web and social media analytics is a great way to find out what resonates most with your community and audience. There are many social media tools available today. What all tools have in common is that each has a way to measure clicks, views and reach. Some tools will also track multiple tools… Continue reading Web and Social Media Analytics

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Curriculum, Instruction, Engaged Learning, Assessment

TPACK – Instructional Design

As technology capabilities grow daily in leaps and bounds, it can be an interesting and creative challenge to create learning opportunities suited to today’s learner and our these new capabilities. One method of incorporating technology into classroom learning is to apply the TPACK model. First introduced in 2007 by Punya Mishra, it blends the use… Continue reading TPACK – Instructional Design