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A weekly bulletin of tips, tricks, and news in edtech

Week of 11/18/19

Welcome to this week's edition of Power edTech Weekly!


This week's edition features a slightly different format, with more of an emphasis on interacting with you all! Check it out and let me know what you think!

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I'm looking for some guinea pigs that would want to take some already existing assessments (quizzes, tests, etc.) that you might be interested in digitizing. I have a great tool called Edulastic that can easily transform a paper assessment into a digital one. If you'd be willing to be a guinea pig, give me a shout.

This Week's Schedule

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edcamp Southeastern Mass

Saturday, Dec. 7th, 8am-1pm

215 West Main Street

Norton, MA

Edcamp is a form of unconference designed specifically for teachers and their needs. What makes Edcamp an unconference? Unlike traditional conferences that have schedules set months in advance by the people running the conference, Edcamp has an agenda that's created by the participants at the start of the event. (from EdcampOnline)

Learn more here!

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Check this out!

Picture this... Sicily, 1933.... Your students have prepared awesome Google Slide presentations and you are ready to get the show on the road and have them present to the class. "Who wants to go first?" you say, excitedly.... [read more]

Level Up!

The Level Up! series of professional development challenges invite teachers to demonstrate newly acquired skills, build identity and reputation within our district, and create pathways for continued learning and leadership roles. The challenges are optional and are to be completed individually. Although each challenge requires something different of the learner, they all emphasize applying the knowledge instructionally while also reflecting on the resulting outcomes with students.

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eduPowerTools is focused on helping teachers use technology effectively with their students and is managed by Anthony Amitrano, Instructional Technology Specialist in Northbridge Public Schools, Massachusetts.


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