However, the key to a high-quality lesson is not simply “adding technology.” It’s about what the technology adds to the delivery and overall understanding of the content. This is the notion of being a content curator.
- Student-Student Interaction—Students can collaborate on projects, in discussions, etc. using Today’s Meet, Google Docs, and Tri-cider.
- Student-Teacher Interaction—The teacher can provide quality feedback to students using Google: Classroom, Docs, Form
- Student-Content Interaction—Students engage with the content and/or resources using Video Notes, Zaption, EdPuzzle, QR Codes, Turtle Diary, Interactive Sites…
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