Common Core Webinars

Common Core webinars–each about 30 minutes

Use technology as a tool to achieve Common Core Standards. Consider these tech-centric Standards spread throughout K-8 strands (truncated for brevity):webinars

  • Expect students to demonstrate sufficient command of keyboarding to type a minimum of one page [two by fifth grade] in a single sitting
  • Expect students to evaluate different media (e.g., print or digital …)
  • Expect students to gather relevant information from print and digital sources
  • Expect students to integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats
  • Expect students to interpret information presented visually, orally, or quantitatively (e.g., … interactive elements on Web pages)
  • Expect students to make strategic use of digital media
  • Expect students to use glossaries or dictionaries, both print and digital
  • Expect students to use information from illustrations and words in print or digital text
  • Expect students to use a variety of media in communicating ideas
  • Expect students to use technology and digital media strategically and capably
  • Expect students to use text features and search tools (e.g., key words, sidebars, hyperlinks) to locate information

Find out why technology is constantly mentioned in the Standards as the strategic tool for addressing requirements.

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  • #5–Common Core and Problem Solving–Common Core wants students to be problem solvers. Tech can do that. Put rigor in your class. Show students how to solve tech problems, and then expect them to do it.
  • #6–Common Core and keyboarding–How’s that work?

Teach keyboarding in 15 minutes a week–what’s the secret–delegate, gets parents/teachers involved, sell students on practicing. I show you how.

Common Core requires typing. What if you don’t teach it? Even if you don’t have time to teach keyboarding, you can make sure students learn it. After all, they need proficiency to meet Common Core standards and assessments

  • #4–Common Core and Tech—8 strategic tech tools–Common Core expects students to use technology strategically and capably. Here are tools that facilitate flexible learning paths while uncovering knowledge
  • #3–Common Core and Tech–What tech tools do you need to meet Common Core standards? Let’s talk about Twitter, backchannel communications, online quizzes, digital portfolios, internet start pages—and more
  • #9–How to Meet Common Core Math Standards with Tech–5 ideas (or more—whatever we have time for) that show you how to meet dozens of Common Core Standards with a handful of tech projects that tie into inquiry
  • #10–How to Meet Common Core Language Standards with Tech–5 ideas (or more—whatever we have time for) that show you how to meet dozens of Common Core Standards with a handful of tech projects that tie into inquir
  • #11–How to Meet Common Core Reading Standards with Tech– 5 ideas (or more—whatever we have time for) that show you how to meet dozens of Common Core Standards with a handful of tech projects that tie into inquiry
  • How to Meet Common Core Writing Standards with Tech5 ideas (or more—whatever we have time for) that show you how to meet dozens of Common Core Standards with a handful of tech projects that tie into inquiry; an overview of the 28 projects in the ebook (included in bundle) using PhotoPeach to share ideas.

Sample:

Coming soon!

  • #7–Common Core requires publishing—tech makes that easy–10 ideas for publishing that meet Common Core Standards
  • #8–How to teach Tier 1, 2, 3 vocabulary with tech (Common Core)–Fun ways—of course
  • #13–How to Meet Common Core Speaking/Listening with Tec–5 ideas (or more—whatever we have time for) that show you how to meet dozens of Common Core Standards with a handful of tech projects that tie into inquiry

$15

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