We are now at a point where we must educate our children in what no one knew yesterday, and prepare our schools for what no one knows yet.
– Margaret Mead
The NEOTIE2016 grad credit cohort has worked hard to reflect on their learning journey since the conference, and here are links out to their final products.
To see more about their reflective thoughts and comments, visit the Blog Post # 1 – The Human Hand, and Blog Post # 2 – The Chance of a Lifetime.
Cohort Final Products
The objective for the final product was to create a helpful resource for other teachers to use when just starting out with a new tool. Each product should have a description about what the tool does, where to get started, etc. Feel free to reach out to each teacher for more information – their contact information can be found on the product itself.
Animoto / Liz Vejar-Olwert
Connecting with Students for Feedback / Doug Thomas
How to Connect to a Network Printer / Kelly Pettis
EasyBib Bibliography Add-On for Google Docs / Mandy Marlo
Google Docs for Beginners / Nicole Notarian
/ Lauren Girdler
Easycbm / Christina Holden
Labels & Filters in Gmail / Mike Gisondo
Classkick / Sarah Rivera
Lesson Plans on Google Classroom / Stacy Tekavec
Creating a Simple Google Form / Christian Barrus
Freezing Rows & Columns in Sheets / Blanche Davidson
Quizlet – More than flashcards! / Christine Ceraolo
In which we meet to discuss how tech is integrated in your classrooms, see some quick new Google demos, enjoy a guest speaker, and review the requirements for the final project / product, and reflective paper.
If you missed it, please watch, and add your own comments (as a comment below) letting us know what works in your classroom, and what you’re planning next.
And…. some cool things are happening already!
I shared your reaction to the new features in Google Docs with one of the co-founders of Docs, Jonathan Rochelle at Google. Here’s what happened:
And what’s more, Christian and Sarah connected:
…all in a day’s learning… I am #inspired
Here’s Hangout # 1 from the NEOTIE grad credit cohort, streamed and recorded on 10/11/2016.
NEOTIE Fall 2016 Hangout # 1 – we’ll meet to discuss the highs and lows from the NEOTIE conference – what worked well, what didn’t, and what your suggestions for improvement are. And, we’ll talk about your assignments, and final products.
If you missed it, please watch, and add your own comments (as a comment below) letting us know what worked, which sessions you liked, and what we can improve for the future.