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I am sharing my experiences and ideas for using technology in the classroom to enhance student learning by allowing them to use their own voice and choice in an authentic learning environment.

Carter’s Edventures in Technology Stefanie Carter

    • Education

I am sharing my experiences and ideas for using technology in the classroom to enhance student learning by allowing them to use their own voice and choice in an authentic learning environment.

    03 How to Organize All the Ideas You Find Online

    03 How to Organize All the Ideas You Find Online

    In this episode, I will share with you some of my favorite ways to organize resources shared by my Professional Learning Network. I even use these for personal use too! I will briefly cover Wakelet, OneNote, Google Keep, and Google Sheets and how you can use them to organize and share your resources.

    Wakelet

    One Note

    Google Keep

    Google Sheets

    • 6 min
    02 Developing Your Professional Learning Network

    02 Developing Your Professional Learning Network

    In this episode, I will discuss the importance of a Professional Learning Network (PLN), how to build your PLN, and where to find resources and ideas for the classroom. I will cover some of my favorite hashtags and people you can follow on Twitter.

    Hashtags: #edchat, #TLAP, #ShakeUpLearning, #DitchBook, #FlipGridFever, #MabankLearns

    Twitter people: Kasey Bell @ShakeUpLearning, Alice Keeler @alicekeelerorg, Matt Miller @jmattmiller, Eric Curts @Ericcurts

    • 8 min
    01 Why Technology and Questions to Ponder

    01 Why Technology and Questions to Ponder

    In this episode, I address setting goals for technology use in the classroom and questions you should ask yourself when deciding which tech tool or app you will use.

    When working on your personal or technology goals, always start with why you want to do “the thing.” Next, you need to identify how you will do it and last, think of what you want them to do. ​

    When choosing new tech or tools for the classroom think of these 3 questions: What is the product? How much time investment is needed? And what kind of support will you have/need?

    References:

    Sinek, S. (2009). Start with why. United States: Portfolio.

    • 5 min
    Introducing Carter’s Edventures!

    Introducing Carter’s Edventures!

    In this episode I introduce my podcast and share the link for show notes. You can find the show notes at CartersEdventures.com click on Podcast in the menu.

    • 1 min

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