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In this new series, author and educator Aaron Quigley shows you how to stay up to date with the latest educational technology and classroom management techniques. Each week, he'll introduce you to a new tip you can use to be more efficient, and increase student achievement. Aaron covers concepts like the flipped classroom, Common Core Standards, and the role of social media in education. The series also covers a variety of productivity apps, learning management systems, and other technologies, using a project-based approach that simulates the real K–12 or university classroom environment. Check back often for new tutorials, every Monday with Teacher Tips.
This series is designed to give teachers and educators tips and instructions surrounding the latest education technologies. We will explore the best practices of using technology in the classroom, and discuss ways to increase student achievement by utilizing websites, software, and even physical technology. During this series, I will also tie the use of technology to the national educational standards including the common core and national science teachers association. The tips and tricks we will discuss are appropriate for educators from every content area and grade level. And if there's a specific grade level or content application, I will do my best to highlight those opportunities.
I will also focus on using technology as an accommodation in modification for students. Please remember each video is available for free the week that it's released. And members will have ongoing access to the series. So, please gather your fellow teachers each week and join me in exploring new technologies for the classroom.
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