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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Jenna Kubricht

Jenna Kubricht

How To Develop Your Own Mobile Learning Tools | Edudemic - 0 views

  • m-learning, refers to any learning intervention that is carried out through the use of mobile devices and wireless technology
  • make it easy to access any kind of learning materials
  • do not target your learning program for all possible mobile devices
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  • designing m-learning for performance support and just-in-time learning is more realistic
Jenna Kubricht

iPad Literature Circles - Literature Circles - 1 views

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    Let's try this next year!!!!!!
Jenna Kubricht

Why BYOD, Not Banning Cell Phones, Is the Answer -- THE Journal - 1 views

  • responsible use policies, parent and/or student agreements, and lessons about safety/etiquette.
  • classroom management techniques must be updated
  • Educators who are successful at integrating technology into learning understand this and provide agreed upon times for students to engage in personal affairs on their digital devices--just as we all do in the real world.
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  • it's a teacher's job to help prepare students to be successful in their real world where technology is commonplace. A teacher is not helping a student become successful by creating an artificial environment in school.
  • recognition to a student such as, "Gr8 contributions in 2day's discussion!"
Jenna Kubricht

10 ways to change the minds of tech-reluctant staff | eSchool News - 3 views

  • “To get educational staff on board with tech, encourage and support them using tech for their non-work purposes.
  • “How do you get tech-reluctant teachers and administrators to use technology effectively?”
  • make time to offer and teach
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  • go into classrooms and model lessons using technology. I try to make a point to emphasize to the teachers that time on task increases learning for students. Engagement = student success.
Jenna Kubricht

It's a Party- BYOD! | edSocialMedia - 0 views

  • It’s time to meet our students on their own turf; I mean, hey, we’re basically inviting our non-digital-native selves to our media-crazed students’ party.
  • Because a BYOD atmosphere encourages students to learn through interaction with technology.
  • I’ve come to accept that students who’ve grown up with computers in their pockets aren’t going to be excited about a boring flat piece of paper.
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  • education is still about finding that balance between tradition and innovation
Jenna Kubricht

Taking Advantage of "Disruptive Technology" in the Classroom | Online Universities - 0 views

  • While you will never prevent all interruptions, a second, more subtle solution is to embrace this disruptive technology and incorporate it into your teaching. Here’s how.
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    How to integrate technology into classroom activities without it feeling disruptive!
Jenna Kubricht

Free Technology for Teachers: Three Questions to Consider Before We All Flip - 2 views

  • Do the majority of your students complete their homework assignments on time on a consistent basis?
  • f you flip the classroom and students come to class having not watched the video lessons, how do you spend your classroom time the next day?
  • Do all of your students have access to the web at home?
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  • "no" to one or all of these questions, are you setting up an inequitable learning environment?
  • Do you have time to create quality videos?
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    Flipping the Classroom. Can it be done?
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