MACE 2014

Lisa Lund, Director of Technology Basehor-Linwood

Welcome to Technology Integration in the Classroom

I am excited to share my passion for technology integration in the classroom through a variety of tools, hands-on learning, and an open discussion about technology tools in our classrooms. Below are links to my website, scoop.it, pinterest, and newsletter.


Lund Tech Integration Website


Scoop.it


Pinterest


Lund Tech Integration Newsletteryujk


Contact me: llund@usd458.org

The Hour of Code is here

Reading and Technology Integration

As CCSS require more use of Expository text, these tools allow for you to choose and upload content or use the already created content to empower students to learn and explore reading in a collaborative and interactive fashion through online tools.

Research and Creative Commons

It is so important for our students to learn about how to cite sources, choose items that are not copyrighted and learn to research to find credible sources. Here are some sites to get you started on research and copyright. Watch the video from Mrs. Yollis' Classroom about how students felt when someone else got credit for their work.


http://yollisclassblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/video-using-creative-commons-license.html

Creative Commons Video

Creative Commons

Check out the Symbaloo through the link listed below to access Creative Commons Free Search Sites, music, clipart, lesson plans and explanation of the Creative Commons images and how to use them in your classroom.


http://www.symbaloo.com/mix/freesourcesites

Creativity Resources

There are so many choices for writing apps, so I chose a few to share with you today. We will look at infographics, cartoons, flyers and Augmented Reality. Let's check these out and see which one will work in your classroom.

Aurasma

Subscribe to my channel - LundTech's Channel. You can then view the Augmented Reality image with my video introduction.

Thank You

Thank you so much for attending our session on Integrating Technology in the Classroom. I look forward to hearing about all of the ideas that you integrate into the classroom.


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