Index

Activities 53Bullying 10Chromebook 3Classroom Management 4Coding 36Connectivism 13Constructivism 11Engagement 17Feedback 17Games 13iPad 14Language 66Lesson Plan 15Mobile 8Motivation 13OER 22PICRAT 9Planning 19Pornography 11Privacy 11Safety 10STEAM 20

Activities

Connectivism

  1. … specialized communities are important Activities.
  2. … understanding of the state of Activities organizationally.
  3. … intensifies existing large effort Activities. Brown provides the example of a Maricopa…
  4. … face in knowledge management Activities. Knowledge that resides in a database needs…
  5. … connection making as learning Activities begins to move learning theories into a…

Lifelong Learning

  1. … Sal had to change some of his Activities and the things that he posted to be sure…
  2. … plans, rubrics, and classroom Activities descriptions. You can also elicit feedback…
  3. … for experiments and other class Activities. And on Twitter, she follows celebrity…
  4. … be thoughtful about how their Activities online and approaches to information seeking…
  5. … finds herself spicing up her Activities not for her students but for the blog post…
  6. … devote to formal lifelong learning Activities, such as professional development…
  7. … Pinterest, she should consider how her Activities might be interpreted and whether…
  8. … resources and reflecting on classroom Activities. An RSS aggregator helps you from…

Blogging

  1. Blogging Activities for Student Buy-In
  2. … sure that students are ready for Activities like blogging.
  3. … simply think about some of the Activities that you have been doing in your classroom…
  4. … inform their families about class Activities.
  5. … frequency, such as science and school Activities.
  6. … Council member had a blog, what Activities would he/she blog about? If the school’s…

Computational Thinking

  1. … there is a wide variety of CT Activities that do not require the use of a screen…

English Language Learning

  1. … Oftentimes, participating in such Activities, ELLs are also given the space to reflect…
  2. … Caroline then provided various Activities to teach students how to create a good…

Foreign Language Teaching, Part 1

  1. … have opportunities to lead the Activities in the classroom and to do more than just…
  2. … audio to describe their favorite Activities, talk about family, narrate a story,…
  3. … make choices about the types of Activities they are interested in, students become…

Foreign Language Teaching, Part 2

  1. … this lesson unit, she designed Activities and projects that prompt students to introduce…
  2. … questions, clothing, and some daily Activities. The topic of this lesson is food.…

Gamification

  1. … not want to engage in classroom Activities - no matter how the material is presented.…
  2. … assignments, quizzes, exams and Activities. A core component of a gamified classroom…

iPad Learning Centers

  1. … the most  common instructional Activities used by many early elementary teachers.…
  2. … by providing a wide range of Activities to help students (Tomlinson, 2014). Learning…
  3. … Kidspiration–to design learning center Activities for reading, writing, and Math.…
  4. … will also make the rest of the Activities which may relate to the subject easier…

Open Educational Resources

  1. Practice: Let’s engage in the 5R Activities
  2. … allowing users to engage in 5R Activities. With the permission to remix and revise,…
  3. … definitions and examples of the 5R Activities teachers can engage in OER for their…
  4. … using OER and engaging in the 5R Activities in two ways:
  5. … for and engage OER in the 5R Activities because OER are made available under open…
  6. … Williams already has an idea what Activities can be integrated in a lesson plan…
  7. … access and permission for 5R Activities:

STEAM Mindset

  1. Activities
  2. … enjoyable manner in this series of Activities. Initially, the teacher conducts classroom…
  3. … called CARTS (Concept/Content, Activities, Resources, Technology, Support) to provide…
  4. … learning content or engaging in Activities. STEAM is a mindset for growth that incorporates…
  5. … with authentic project-based Activities and genuine feedback.

Digital Equity

  1. … challenges completing school Activities compared with students with an adequate…

Online Professionalism

  1. … distance yourself from previous Activities or experiences that you do not want to…
  2. … at school or at school-related Activities," and many districts require their teachers…
  3. … regarding school or extracurricular Activities, the educator may use text or email,…
  4. We watch each other's Activities online and draw conclusions about one another, even…

Online Safety

  1. … district, monitoring of student Activities is essential to ensure that they are…
  2. … that the teacher can see all Activities in the room at once. The major limitation…
  3. … ramifications of these kinds of Activities but should also be taught their social…

Bullying

Online Safety

  1. Addressing CyberBullying with Young Children
  2. CyberBullying
  3. … (e.g., child pornography, cyberBullying). Given the severity of many of these…
  4. … may approach the issue of cyberBullying with skepticism, either because they do…
  5. … following statements about cyberBullying are true?
  6. Bullying has always been a problem in schools. In fact, most people who have gone…
  7. Bullying online can feel even more real and pervasive than Bullying offline.
  8. … privacy, inappropriate content, cyberBullying, and the creation and sharing of…
  9. … in speaking out against cyberBullying and addressing specific instances of abuse…
  10. CyberBullying is a form of Bullying that uses internet and other technologies as…

Chromebook

Technology Integration

  1. … personnel might want to provide Chromebooks to students (which are easy to manage…
  2. … administrator might want to purchase Chromebooks, and a principal might want to…

English Language Learning

  1. … iPads and 4th grade or higher has Chromebooks.

Classroom Management

Lifelong Learning

  1. … world-class experts on teaching, Classroom Management, curriculum development, and any number…

Blogging

  1. … wrote, or discuss ideas for future Classroom Management plans. Any topic that you are interested,…
  2. … recently implemented, or a new Classroom Management strategy you’re trying, writing these…

Online Safety

  1. … to help support this, such as Classroom Management or classroom monitoring software. They…

Coding

Coding

  1. Coding and its relationship to ISTE Standards
  2. What Coding looks like in the classroom
  3. Why is Coding in the K-12 classroom important?
  4. Coding resources and additional study
  5. Low or No-Cost Coding Tools for the Classroom
  6. Coding with Scratch
  7. Coding Resources for Professional Study
  8. Web-based Software for Coding
  9. Basic Coding Concepts
  10. … Books to Encourage a Love of Coding
  11. Robots for Hands-on Coding Application
  12. Coding touches on most of the ISTE (International Society for Technology in…
  13. … first start with the belief that Coding is for everyone and everyone needs to…
  14. For many Coding games or apps, once the blocks are arranged, a program can be…
  15. Coding involves problem-solving, perseverance, collaboration, mathematical logic,…
  16. When teaching “plugged” Coding, computer availability might be a concern.…
  17. Many times during a Coding project students need assistance to troubleshoot their…
  18. … feedback on their work. During the Coding process students troubleshoot and…
  19. The last ISTE standard Coding meets is the one that is most obvious. That is…
  20. … teachers with an overview of Coding and how it is being taught in the K-12 setting.
  21. … computers might start with simple Coding programs. Simple Coding programs for…
  22. Coding is simply a language that a computer can use to complete a task. It is…
  23. Research shows a growing need for Coding in the job market. Computing jobs are…
  24. … computational thinking strategies with Coding as part of the curriculum in elementary…
  25. … develop an idea and use their Coding to seek a solution. These students are…
  26. … H. (2013, October 3). Should Coding be the "new foreign language" requirement?…
  27. … to aide in the integration of Coding across the curriculum. Much of what is…
  28. While the idea of teaching Coding may seem overwhelming and complex, basic Coding
  29. … progress from simple to more complex Coding concepts and teachers can track…
  30. … May 26). 10 reasons to teach Coding [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://brianaspinall.com/10-reasons-to-teach-Coding-sketchnote-by-sylviaduckworth/

Computational Thinking

  1. … engaging students in an unplugged Coding activity. However, since CT does involve…
  2. … different skill set, specifically in Coding and computer science" (CNN Wire,…
  3. … Try computational thinking (not Coding. Retrieved from EdSurge News: https://edtechbooks.org/-Pz
  4. … 27). 3 easy lessons that teach Coding and computational thinking. Retrieved…
  5. … before computer programming - or Coding, as it is sometimes called - many believe…

Universal Design for Learning

  1. … and structure), 2.3 (Support deCoding of text, mathematical notations, and symbols),…

Connectivism

Technology Integration

  1. Connectivism
  2. … distributed with external devices. Connectivism holds that the process and goals…
  3. … constructivism, constructionism, and Connectivism. Each of these theories has been…

Connectivism

  1. Connectivism
  2. Principles of Connectivism:
  3. Siemens, G. (2005). Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age. International…
  4. The notion of Connectivism has implications in all aspects of life. This paper largely…
  5. The starting point of Connectivism is the individual. Personal knowledge is comprised…
  6. … personal network is the epitome of Connectivism.
  7. Connectivism is driven by the understanding that decisions are based on rapidly altering…
  8. Connectivism also addresses the challenges that many corporations face in knowledge…
  9. Connectivism presents a model of learning that acknowledges the tectonic shifts in…
  10. Connectivism is the integration of principles explored by chaos, network, and complexity…

Constructivism

Technology Integration

  1. Constructivism
  2. … constructed in the mind, some then took Constructivism to the stage of a pedagogical…
  3. … influence how learning occurs, Constructivism arose as a means for understanding how…
  4. … include behaviorism, cognitivism, Constructivism, constructionism, and connectivism.…

Connectivism

  1. … Behaviorism, Cognitivism, and Constructivism
  2. … initially defy order. Unlike Constructivism, which states that learners attempt to foster…
  3. … behaviorism, cognitivism, and Constructivism – namely, learning as a lasting changed…
  4. … Behaviorism, cognitivism, and Constructivism (built on the epistemological traditions)…
  5. … Behaviorism, cognitivism, and Constructivism do not attempt to address the challenges…
  6. Behaviorism, cognitivism, and Constructivism are the three broad learning theories most…
  7. Constructivism suggests that learners create knowledge as they attempt to understand…

Engagement

Blogging

  1. … and can lead to higher student Engagement.

Computational Thinking

  1. … including improvement in student Engagement, motivation, confidence, problem-solving,…

Gamification

  1. … behaviors to increase motivation and Engagement. Similar to ClassCraft [https://www.classcraft.com/],…
  2. … gameful experiences, can impact Engagement, motivate target behaviors and drive…
  3. … can be used to increase student Engagement when gamifying academic content in the…
  4. … effective way to promote active Engagement in learning by allowing students to make…

iPad Learning Centers

  1. … apps that  allow for greater Engagement as well as transform a lesson that would…

Open Educational Resources

  1. … that support student learning Engagement. OER have created an extraordinary opportunity…

STEAM Mindset

  1. … collaboration, understanding, Engagement, and responsible risk-taking. Support is…

Digital Equity

  1. Provide Multiple Means of Engagement

Universal Design for Learning

  1. Multiple Means of Engagement
  2. … consideration in lesson planning, though Engagement must go beyond the hook. Once…
  3. … transform student learning and Engagement.
  4. … as they can affect readiness, Engagement, motivation, meaning making, and memory.…
  5. … network correlates with learner Engagement. The guidelines have been rearranged…
  6. … of providing multiple means of Engagement:
  7. … by providing multiple means of Engagement, representation, action and expression.…

Feedback

Acknowledgements

  1. Rick West provided Feedback on drafts of the textbook and used remixed versions…
  2. Tadd Farmer provided Feedback on drafts of the textbook and used remixed versions…

Technology Integration

  1. … blog, which they use to elicit Feedback from peers, parents, and the online community…

Lifelong Learning

  1. … descriptions. You can also elicit Feedback from the community by allowing for…

Information Literacy

  1. … create, critique, or provide Feedback on creative works. Because we recognize…

Blogging

  1. … peers. Plus, teachers can then get Feedback on the lesson from others who have…
  2. … posts with a classmate and offer Feedback to one another.
  3. … students to read and provide Feedback to one another, opens up the communication…

Coding

  1. … are able to share and receive Feedback on their work. During the coding process…

English Language Learning

  1. … as opportunities to provide us Feedback. On the other hand, outside the classroom,…

Foreign Language Teaching, Part 1

  1. … allowing teachers to provide Feedback to students when they need it the most.
  2. Having Feedback while learning happens is critical for student growth. When teachers…

iPad Learning Centers

  1. … have a partner record his/her Feedback to the author. Then, the author can make…

STEAM Mindset

  1. … project-based activities and genuine Feedback.
  2. … provide meaningful, authentic Feedback that encourages perseverance. As time passes,…

Universal Design for Learning

  1. … can express their learning. The Feedback students receive from teachers can help…
  2. … 8.4 (Increase mastery-oriented Feedback), and 9.3 (Develop self-assessment and…

Games

Technology Integration

  1. … incentives to learning, such as Games or other rewards, or by providing systems…

Coding

  1. Computer or Mobile Device Assisted Games
  2. For many coding Games or apps, once the blocks are arranged, a program can be…
  3. … of digital objects to create Games, visualizations, models, or simulations.…

Gamification

  1. … for Meaningful Gamification. Games, Learning, Society, 1–7. https://edtechbooks.org/-we
  2. In his book, What Video Games Have to Teach Us About Learning and Literacy,…
  3. … of the European Conference on Games Based Learning, 1(2009), 50–57.
  4. Gee, J. P. (2014). What Video Games Have to Teach Us About Learning and Literacy.…
  5. … The motivational pull of video Games: A self-determination theory approach.…
  6. … teaching through the playing of Games, gamified instruction is the integration…

iPad Learning Centers

  1. … than just drill and practice or Games to keep students busy and quiet. There…

Online Professionalism

  1. … information about the team's Games/tournaments/success. He tells his players…
  2. … (e.g. Google Docs, online video Games) (University of Texas at Austin, 2011;…

iPad

Technology Integration

  1. student_iPad_school, Brad Flickinger via Flickr, CC BY 2.0
  2. student_iPad_school - 225, Brad Flickinger via Flickr, CC BY-SA
  3. … to manage at scale) instead of iPads (which are not), even though teachers…
  4. … teacher might want to purchase iPads, a technology administrator might want…

Blogging

  1. … The free platform also has an iPad app that can be used to facilitate blogging…

English Language Learning

  1. … kindergarten to 3rd grade have access to iPads and 4th grade or higher has…

iPad Learning Centers

  1. … involves reading or using an iPad, consider allowing them to sit on a rug.
  2. … Figure 2). Therefore, when using iPads in centers, we recommend teachers print…
  3. … first. For example, teacher group, iPad group, table group, etc.
  4. … K-2 teachers could incorporate iPad learning centers in the classroom.  First,…
  5. … following section, we introduce two iPad apps that  allow for greater engagement…
  6. Strategies of Using iPads in Centers
  7. … math centers, computer centers, iPad centers.....etc.

Online Professionalism

  1. … Tammy used her school-issued iPad to take pictures of herself. Tammy had been…

Language

Technology Integration

  1. … as science, math, history, or Language arts. When viewed in this way, teachers…
  2. … fractions, you must teach them using Language that they will understand and connect…

Blogging

  1. … Just like the tone of voice, the Language and writing style needs to keep in mind…

Coding

  1. Language Arts
  2. … coding is more than teaching the Language for computing. It is not a Language
  3. … format with the more complex Language hidden. For example, Blockly is a visual…
  4. Coding is simply a Language that a computer can use to complete a task. It is a…
  5. … classes to count as a foreign Language credit in high school (Zinth, 2015).
  6. … rules to communicate - that is, Language study - improves thinking by challenging…
  7. … Should coding be the "new foreign Language" requirement? [Blog post]. Retrieved…
  8. … option of learning simple coding Languages or even beginning with block-based…

Computational Thinking

  1. Language Arts & Foreign Language
  2. … history, math, science, second Languages, and other core and elective subjects…

English Language Learning

  1. … challenge the dominance of English Language and the cultural values owned and…
  2. … backgrounds and needs of English Language learners may vary profoundly, one thing…
  3. … honor their home cultures and Languages and strive to cultivate both the traditional…
  4. … teacher may not share the same home Language as the students and their families.…
  5. … communications go beyond written or oral Language. People communicate with one…
  6. … express themselves with both Language and visual representations.
  7. … learning opportunities, such as Language exchanges or study abroad experience.…
  8. … resources for empowering English Language learners through integrating technology…
  9. … this school are ELLs whose home Language includes Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Arabic,…
  10. English Language learners (ELLs), who often come from families where Languages…
  11. … story utilizes things beyond Language to convey meaning to the audience. This…
  12. … negotiate their identities in the Language learning process. Teachers have used…

Foreign Language Teaching, Part 1

  1. … have students create with the Language and design materials for their learning…
  2. … to speech options for use with Language classes. It gives students an opportunity…
  3. … authentic pieces. In foreign Language classrooms, students can demonstrate their…
  4. … visuals that can be used in the Language classroom. It has a library full of images,…
  5. … space their own. In the foreign Language classroom, this is a great way for students…
  6. … telling their own stories in the Language they are learning.
  7. … available to implement with Foreign Languages and more. It is a great option to…

Foreign Language Teaching, Part 2

  1. … integrating technology in foreign Language teaching
  2. … with the facilitation of body Language, gestures and other techniques for overcoming…
  3. … selected is from BBC Bitesize Modern Languages (https://edtechbooks.org/-UH),…
  4. … communicative competence in foreign Language teaching and provide available resources…
  5. … having students use the target Language does not mean the learning task is authentic.…
  6. … resources to one another and where Languages mediate the process of meaning negotiation…
  7. … the easiest task for foreign Language instructors, but thanks to modern technologies,…
  8. In learning a foreign Language, gaining vocabulary knowledge is an important way…
  9. It requires more than basic Language skills to make effective communication happen,…
  10. For Language learners, nothing is more exciting than communicating with a real…
  11. … World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages proposed by the American Council…
  12. … can see from the example, all 6 Language skills are equally important and need…
  13. A communicative Language learning approach heavily emphasizes Language learning…
  14. … Lee teaches Chinese as foreign Language at the Sunshine Elementary School in the…
  15. … Theory and research: Audience, Language use, and Language learning. In J. Egbert…
  16. … students watch for practicing other Language skills. For example, the video Miss…
  17. … most important goals for foreign Language teaching. Learning a foreign Language
  18. … materials and authenticity in foreign Language learning. Language Teaching, 40(2),…
  19. … knowing the vocabulary, grammar or Language patterns. The foreign Language learners…
  20. World-readiness standards for learning Languages. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://edtechbooks.org/-HWh
  21. … Integrating "communication" in your Language instruction. The Language Educator.…
  22. … able to communicate in a foreign Language involves the speaker’s integrated…
  23. … Dubois teaches French as a foreign Language to students at the Henderson Middle…
  24. … Government. (n.d.). Supporting English Language learners: Tools, strategies and…

iPad Learning Centers

  1. … you choose to do centers for Language Arts in the morning, and Math centers in…

Open Educational Resources

  1. … class due to learners’ various Language proficiencies.  This issue could be…

Digital Equity

  1. … exposed to computer programming Languages and develop a number of other digital…

Online Professionalism

  1. … involve alcohol, some involve crude Language, some involve risqué photos or behavior,…

Online Safety

  1. … content, and they often reflect Language from state level agencies and standards…

Universal Design for Learning

  1. … removes barriers to perception, Language and symbols, and comprehension.
  2. … countries, speaking 4 different Languages. All of his students come from rich…
  3. … who speak English as a second Language. Providing access to digital dictionaries…
  4. … J (2015). Success of English Language Learners: Barriers and Strategies. Retrieved…
  5. … (Promote understanding across Languages), 3.1 (Activate or supply background knowledge),…

Lesson Plan

Lifelong Learning

  1. … along with resources such as Lesson Plans, rubrics, and classroom activities descriptions.…

Blogging

  1. … a field experience you had, a Lesson Plan you designed, a book review you wrote,…

Computational Thinking

  1. CT Learning and Lesson Planning Resources Resources

Foreign Language Teaching, Part 1

  1. … props and more. There are many Lesson Plans available to implement with Foreign Languages…

Open Educational Resources

  1. … duties, including developing Lesson Plans, creating teaching materials, and documenting…
  2. … teacher, can search for existing Lesson Plans other 5th grade teachers created that…
  3. … educational purposes such as videos, Lesson Plans, digital books, online courses,…

Copyright and Open Licensing

  1. … use. For instance, if you copy a Lesson Plan for use in your classroom without first…
  2. … song, lyrics, poem, picture, Lesson Plan, web page content, etc. Any creative work…
  3. Similarly, copying another teacher's Lesson Plan, changing a few words, and posting…
  4. … (e.g., picture, song, video, Lesson Plan, rubric) does not have a statement of copyright…

Universal Design for Learning

  1. Lesson Planning with UDL
  2. … often an early consideration in Lesson Planning, though engagement must go beyond…
  3. … is one of the first steps in Lesson Planning. Connecting them to state content standards…
  4. … the UDL guidelines into your Lesson Planning, there are four critical elements to…

Mobile

Lifelong Learning

  1. … time and anywhere (e.g., via a Mobile device). This means that lifelong learning…
  2. … respond to these comments on her Mobile phone while monitoring students during…

Coding

  1. Computer or Mobile Device Assisted Games

Digital Equity

  1. … slower internet speeds or limited Mobile data plans have limitations on the…
  2. … website resources not formatted for Mobile phones. Students without access to…
  3. … is relying on a smartphone and Mobile data plan to complete homework, knowing…

Online Safety

  1. … eighteen (18), and the internet and Mobile phones have made child pornography…
  2. Second, and likely more alarming, Mobile technologies, cameras, and texting have…

Motivation

Blogging

  1. … more, which will help build some Motivation to write. Move around the classroom,…

Computational Thinking

  1. … improvement in student engagement, Motivation, confidence, problem-solving, communication,…

Gamification

  1. … that students would have no real Motivation to try risky or challenging assignments…
  2. … elements such as badges and other Motivational tools. It is likely that Canvas [https://edtechbooks.org/-UC]…
  3. … & Przybylski, A. (2006). The Motivational pull of video games: A self-determination…
  4. … student behaviors to increase Motivation and engagement. Similar to ClassCraft [https://www.classcraft.com/],…
  5. … classroom, in order to increase Motivation and attention on a task (Deterding et…
  6. … they may diminish the intrinsic Motivation of students on other assignments (Hanus…
  7. … longitudinal study on intrinsic Motivation, social comparison, satisfaction, effort,…

STEAM Mindset

  1. … curriculum. STEAM is a mindset of Self-Motivation, Thinking, Energizing, Adventure,…
  2. … outward, to motivate and to look for Motivation, to absorb learning, make learning,…

Universal Design for Learning

  1. … affect readiness, engagement, Motivation, meaning making, and memory. One way to…
  2. … expectations and beliefs that optimize Motivation)

OER

Open Educational Resources

  1. Additional Reading Resources of OER
  2. … Are Open Educational Resources (OER)?
  3. Openness of OER
  4. Where Can K-12 Teachers Look for OER?
  5. OER Attribution
  6. As a Giver - Make OER for others
  7. As a Taker - Get useful OER made by other people
  8. … there are many characteristics of OER that can be beneficial to K-12 teachers…
  9. More information about OER attribution can be found here: Best Practice for…
  10. … teachers can use to search for OER for teaching, learning, and their own…
  11. Lastly, OER can also help teachers keep their instructional materials stay…
  12. … saving teachers’ time and money, OER can be useful and beneficial for teachers…
  13. … sharing” is the key concept behind OER.  While creators of educational…
  14. … important characteristics of OER is that OER must be free - both to give…
  15. … activities teachers can engage in OER for their teaching and learning:
  16. … have a general understanding of OER, including its definition, characteristics,…
  17. Anyone can search for and engage OER in the 5R activities because OER are…
  18. … K-12 Open Educational Resources (OER), more free and quality resources become…
  19. Utilizing OER can not only save teachers’ money, but also save their time…
  20. OER can be a wide variety of materials used for educational purposes such…

Copyright and Open Licensing

  1. … or open educational resources (OER), gratis means that content and resources…
  2. Open educational resources (OER) are made available from many different sources.…

PICRAT

Technology Integration

  1. PICRAT
  2. What does PIC in PICRAT stand for?
  3. How useful does PICRAT seem to you?
  4. … about technology integration. PICRAT assumes that there are two foundational…
  5. … following: TPACK, RAT, SAMR, and PICRAT.
  6. … Graham, C., & West, R. (2020). The PICRAT model for technology integration in…

Digital Equity

  1. … Example YouTube Uses Within the PICRAT Model
  2. The PICRAT technology integration model can also help teachers identify and…
  3. … second-level digital divides. The PICRAT model and other technology integration…

Planning

Blogging

  1. … If you’re a teacher who is Planning on creating a blog for yourself, start thinking…

Computational Thinking

  1. CT Learning and Lesson Planning Resources Resources
  2. … about computational thinking and Planning lessons that integrate its components.
  3. … understandably feel that, unless they are Planning to get an endorsement in information…
  4. … key words to keep in mind when Planning lessons, guiding discussions, commenting…

Gamification

  1. … so many variables to consider. Planning is key and the first step in this process…
  2. … While there is certainly a lot of Planning and thought that needs to go into the…

Digital Equity

  1. … requires intentional strategies and Planning to reduce barriers and to realize…
  2. Planning

Universal Design for Learning

  1. Lesson Planning with UDL
  2. … early consideration in lesson Planning, though engagement must go beyond the hook.…
  3. … of the first steps in lesson Planning. Connecting them to state content standards…
  4. … have taken this approach: by Planning to address the needs of the students with…
  5. … fundamentally shift the goal of our Planning away from those in the middle to…
  6. … students, and is a way to think about Planning classrooms and lessons in ways…
  7. Intentional Planning for learner variability can take many forms. It may be useful…
  8. … UDL guidelines into your lesson Planning, there are four critical elements to…
  9. … intentional and strategic in their Planning to meet the needs of the unique students…
  10. … background knowledge), 6.2 (Support Planning and strategy development), 8.3 (Foster…

Pornography

Online Professionalism

  1. … charged with distribution of child Pornography. Pat was also charged for possession…
  2. … licenses of educator's who access Pornography at school. In addition, there could…
  3. … possession of possible child Pornography, the educator should not have the student…

Online Safety

  1. Child Pornography and Sexting
  2. … students need to understand is child Pornography. Child Pornography is any pornographic…
  3. … leading them to not only view child Pornography but also to create and share it.…
  4. … content) and beyond (e.g., child Pornography, cyberbullying). Given the severity…
  5. … you do if you discover child Pornography on your students' devices?
  6. … of the laws surrounding child Pornography, and teachers need to counteract social…
  7. … creation and sharing of child Pornography or sexting.
  8. First, though Pornography is not itself illegal, Pornography that depicts children…

Privacy

Technology Integration

  1. … mandated security, accessibility, or Privacy requirements. Similarly, filtering…

Blogging

  1. Student Privacy Concerns
  2. … teaching students about online Privacy, Common Sense Media [https://edtechbooks.org/-Jwp]…
  3. … about themselves, to respect Privacy of others and to represent themselves in…

Online Professionalism

  1. … "privately." The problem is that Privacy in online media is very different from…
  2. … maintaining appropriate content and Privacy settings on their personal electronic…

Online Safety

  1. Privacy
  2. … safety in the classroom (e.g., Privacy, inappropriate content) and beyond (e.g.,…
  3. … examples of these areas, including: Privacy, inappropriate content, cyberbullying,…
  4. … Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), requires teachers and other…
  5. … website values your security and Privacy or that it is run by a company that…

Safety

Blogging

  1. … students to the ideas of online Safety, and can help make sure that students…
  2. … challenges in regard to student Safety and digital citizenship. We will discuss…
  3. … lessons and instruction on online Safety prior to an internet-based activity.…

Online Safety

  1. Student Safety
  2. Strategies for Student Safety
  3. … context of online security and Safety, a hack is when a person or program bypasses…
  4. … has explored issues of online Safety by focusing on threats to the personal…
  5. Online Safety for Kids, Intel Free Pass, CC-BY SA
  6. … role in ensuring their students' Safety and security, but they are not alone…
  7. … to ensure their own personal Safety and security while using these technologies,…

STEAM

STEAM Mindset

  1. STEAM Attributes
  2. A STEAM Mindset
  3. STEAM Cards (Younger Students)
  4. STEAM Poster/People Activity (Early Middle School)
  5. The five STEAM attributes
  6. … immersed in the components of a STEAM Mindset in an enjoyable manner in this…
  7. … STEM and its expanded relative, STEAM. STEM refers to the renewed emphasis…
  8. … Great Grandpa Smith’s model STEAM locomotive became my symbol for the power…
  9. A STEAM Mindset is important because it is a mental framework that allows an…
  10. Classes are punctuated with STEAM allusions and techniques. Bulletin boards…
  11. … keep “learning under your own STEAM” for yourself and your students.
  12. … chapter is to consider the acronym STEAM in a new light. Rather than considering…
  13. STEAM is more than teaching and learning content or engaging in activities.…
  14. Learning is an adventure. A STEAM Mindset brings out the adventurer in individuals.…
  15. A STEAM Mindset suggests that an individual is an energizer. The person works…
  16. … becomes more attuned to his or her STEAM Mindset and embraces an adventurous…
  17. … technology to foster your own STEAM Mindset and to teach others.
  18. One answer is to look toward a STEAM Mindset. In exploring a STEAM mindset,…
  19. The STEAM Mindset, in this context, moves from an emphasis on curriculum to…
  20. … for developing and sustaining a STEAM Mindset. Classrooms throughout the world…