Month: March 2016

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RT @hkelleytech: Passing the baton- the classroom teacher takes over student support. Way to go! @digitalhornets https://t.co/16cbr2AT76

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RT @hkelleytech: Fantastic morning session on Organizing Your Google Drive this morning! @EELittleSchool @digitalhornets https://t.co/m8wN2JkBdU

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RT @hkelleytech: Genius Hour- Sample-what is coding?@EELittleSchool @digitalhornets #hourofcode #edchatma @jcoughlin24 https://t.co/xcxNmyMYOe

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RT @danieldowns: LEGO Education is coming to Boston https://t.co/f0B6nSGco9 @digitalhornets #lego #boston

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RT @Makerspaces_com: Libraries are becoming community centers again by becoming modern #makerspaces https://t.co/FehzZRDUOk #makerED https://t.co/TSypuquBvt

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RT @MsLindsayNRPS: Fourth graders showing off their Scratch skills for their state project @jthoodelemen https://t.co/iZraJcVYcc

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RT @edutopia: How scannable technology can transform the way we interact with the world around us: https://t.co/LCmz7Mwfdd #edtech https://t.co/3YDttvr17b

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Art Of The Push In: Helping Teachers Identify Tools When They Need Them

Teachers will not always give clear signals as to when they need help from an instructional technologist or specialist. Teachers who in the course of their busy day are learning new tech skills, teaching their lessons and managing their classroom. They aren’t going to just come out and say “can I learn that new tool …