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Tag Category: Technology

The Maker Movement

The Tipping Point

Generating New Ideas

Why Knowledge Building?

Jill Gough – Benefits of Technology

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Young Mathematicians: Technology Examples From the Classroom

Young Mathematicians: Cathy Fosnot – Adaptive Learning & Digital Environments

Carol Campbell – Technology and Assessment

George Couros – Technology Enables Learning

Jennifer Corriero – Technology

What Algebraic Symbols Have Been and Might Become

Technology and Mathematics – audio only

Primary: Anticipating Student Thinking

Intermediate: ‘Spatializing’ the Consolidation

Classroom Culture

Design with the End in Mind

Technology and Mathematics

Assessment and Feedback

Assessing Impact

Inclusion Through Knowledge Forum

Empowerment Through Inquiry

Relationships

System Support

Educators as Co-learners

The Showcase

Showcase Preparation

Using Multiple Representations: Tackling Real World Problems

Learning from the Redesign

Developing Design Thinking

Inquiry Matters: Parents’ Perspective

Student-led Conference: Action-oriented Inquiry

Inquiry Check-in: Collaboration

Mary Jean Gallagher: An Introduction

Student-led Conference: Home School Communication

Inquiry Check-in: Sharing the Learning

Inquiry Check-in: Questions and Probes

Inquiry Check-in: Decision-making

Integration: Music and Technology

Authentic Learning: Financial Literacy

Accountable Talk: Creating Culture

Accountable Talk: Growing Ideas

Engaging Students Through Social Media

Students Talk About Inquiry

Engaging in the Process

Inquiry-based Learning

Creating a Sense of Belonging

Queen Alexandra Middle School: A Growth Mindset

Promising Practices in Mathematics Learning and Teaching – Play all

Module 2: Engaging and Relevant Instruction

Module 1: Welcoming and Inclusive Environments

Introduction

Assessment and Feedback

Assessing Impact

Parents Agree, Inquiry Matters

Queen Alexandra graduates sharing their insights

A Music Teacher’s Unique Support of the Inquiry Process

Sharing the Learning

Inquiry Projects at the Junior Level

Presenting a Disaster

Preparing for a Disaster

Inclusion Through Knowledge Forum

An Authentic Inquiry

Discussing the Hot Topics

Knowledge Building Lets Them Discover

Promoting Voice through Engagement

Intermediate Students Share Their Thinking on Inquiry Projects

Academic Press Day

Using Multiple Representations: Tackling Real World Problems

System Support

Students Talk About Inquiry

Student-led Conference: Home School Communication

Student-led Conference: Action-oriented Inquiry

Showcase Preparation

Relationships

Queen Alexandra Middle School: A Growth Mindset

Learning from the Redesign

The Showcase

Integration: Music and Technology

Inquiry-based Learning

Inquiry Matters: Parents’ Perspective

Inquiry Check-in: Collaboration

Inclusion Through Knowledge Forum

Engaging Students Through Social Media

Engaging in the Process

Empowerment Through Inquiry

Developing Design Thinking

Assessment and Feedback

Assessing Impact

Accountable Talk: Growing Ideas

Accountable Talk: Creating Culture

Technology

Critical Engagement with Technology

Digital Ethics

Transformative Change in Practice

Grade 8: Glimpses of Incorporating Technology when Solving the Movie Theatre Problem

Self-Organized Learning Environment

Grade 6: Problem Solving with Technology

The Power of Collaborative Learning

Skills in a Technological Society

Changing Classrooms

Deepening Our Understanding: Supporting Children’s Writing Using Technology

Computational Fluency

Rethinking Reporting in a Technical Age

Embracing Technology

Multi-Media Texts

Reading Response

Reflective Thinking

Critical Thinking

Blog Critique

Text Analyzer – Introduction

Indicator 4.6 – Grades 9-12 (Part 2)

Indicator 4.6 – Grades 9-12 (Part 1)

Indicator 4.6 – Grades 7-8

Indicator 4.6 – Grades K-3 (Part 2)

Indicator 4.6 – Grades K-3 (Part 1)

Learning and Technology: Benefits and Challenges

Learning and Technology: Information to Experience, Consumption to Production

Beginning with Students

Authentic Tasks

Twenty-first Century Learning

Shared Reading

The Commons: A Digital Space for Collaboration and Learning

Music and Technology

21st Century Tools in the Classroom

Literacy for the Twenty-First Century

The Benefits of Technology: Infused Learning

The Value of Technology: Twitter as a Vehicle for Professional Learning

The Value of Technology: Twitter for Activating Student Thinking

Technology for Discovering New Frontiers

Technology and Collaboration

The Importance of Practice

Computational Fluency

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