Tech School for RSU 67 Teachers

Simple technology for use in the MCL classroom

Join us (Dani & Heidi) for some or all sessions!

These low-key tech sessions will cover an array of topics to help you to integrate technology into your classroom. Our goal is to introduce you to some amazing tools and tricks that you can use with students the very next day. All of the things we share will be helpful as our district moves toward Proficiency Based Learning. We welcome everyone to the sessions, from beginner to advanced, EK-12, teachers and ed techs! Bring a laptop or mobile device. Contact hours will be awarded to attendees.


Some of our topics will include:

Sessions will meet once a month on Tuesdays from 3:00 pm- 4:30 pm at MJHS.

October 22, 2013 Edmodo

November 12, 2013 Blogging, Wikis, and Websites (oh my!)

December 10, 2013 Using Google Apps for Education in the Classroom

January 21, 2014 Screencasts: Digging into "Flipping"

February 25, 2014 Digital Presentations (Prezi, Padlet, Thinglink, Glogster)

March 18, 2014 Reading Rewards website testimonial

April 15, 2014 Topic TBA (based on interest or need)

May 6, 2014 Educlipper & Pinterest for Teachers

Guaranteed to be collaborative, hands-on, worthwhile, and FUN!

Who are we?

Sessions are led by Danielle Terrill (7th & 8th grade ELA teacher at MJHS) and Heidi Harris (7th grade Social Studies teacher at MJHS). We recently attended the Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp with EdTech guru Richard Byrne of Free Tech 4 Teachers fame. We have used these tools in our own classrooms, so you can hear first-hand how useful they are!


Click below for the link to sign up!

Registration



Please email us hharris@rsu67.org or dterrill@rsu67.org if you have any questions!