Steve Denniston, the Instructional Technology and Curriculum Support person from Ravenna Public Schools presented on April 29th on the importance of finding the right tools to support learning with technology. Steve highlighted the principles from Robert Marzano work with Classroom Instruction that Works (CITW.) Click here view Steve's 30 minute presentation. Click here for a copy of the presentation below.
On April 22, 2015 Colleen Robison, a Middle School Teacher from Fruitport Community Schools presented on how she uses Google Forms for Student Assessment in the second of the Wednesday Webinar series. A link to her Google Presentation can be found here: An archive of her 30 minute presentation can be viewed here. During her presentation Colleen mentioned Flubaroo. More information and tutorials on how to use Flubaroo can be found at http://flubaroo.com
Email questions to Colleen at: email@example.com or connect with her using Twitter: @colleen_robison
On April 15, 2015 Jerry Johnson from Muskegon Public Schools presented the first Wednesday Webinar. His link to his presentation can be found here: http://bit.ly/LOTLWedWebTwitterPD. An archive of his 30 minute presentation can be viewed here. A folder of resources from Jerry's previous Twitter workshops can be found at bit.ly/twitterpdlotl14 Join the Wednesday 8:00 PM Mich Ed chats using #miched Follow Jerry Johnson on Twitter @jer_johnson8842
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