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Activity

DigCit Superhero Pledge

5-Mar / Michael Drezek

Digital Citizenship must be practiced and modeled regularly. Students are often told what NOT to do online. This activity puts a positive spin on it by asking students what they WILL do. It pulls in student-voice with the goal to empower students to become digital heroes or leaders online, making the web a better place.

  • Digital Citizenship
  • Digital Storytelling
Lesson

STEAM Challenge: Sphero Operated Watercraft

All / Carrie Farrell

Overview - STEAM challenges are fun, interactive, and engage learners in activities that challenge students to use creativity, critically think and collaborate. Learners use the stages of design in simple steps of the process in order to build Sphero-based creations. The Hydro-hypothesis challenge leverages Sphero’s ability to swim to test whether

  • Coding
  • Engineering
  • Robotics
  • Science
Tips & Tricks

1 for 1

Preschool / Adriana Galvani

The child must find a word in which it is enough to change a single letter, and a word with a completely different meaning comes out......and so on

  • Adaptive Learning

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Instructional Tool

Interactive Choice boards for Digital Creation

All / Carolyn Daly

Empower students to determine how they would like to show their learning with topic specific choice boards!

  • Digital Building
  • Digital Storytelling
  • English Language Arts
  • Mathematics
Lesson

Writing & Publishing - Introduction to Segmentation

12-Sep / Angelo Fernando

In my class on Writing & Publishing for the Digital World, I introduce would be writers, authors and podcasters to the need to understand the segments of their audience. This takes them into a marketing perspective of how Segmentation works.

  • Digital Storytelling
Activity

Everfi K-12

All / Carrie Farrell

Everfik12 is a hub for teachers providing engaging lessons for educators and students k-12. The course I am using is Future Smart.

  • Digital Building
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Mathematics
  • Other
Instructional Tool

Digital Citizenship Certification Training Module for Lake Central School Corporation

8-Jun / Jolene Bogacki

LCSC teachers can view a set of Digital Citizenship Nearpod slides, which counts as professional development session by a school project lead, play a Kahoot Game with Advisory Students to have a discussion around the topics, and then reflect by applying for Common Sense Educator Certifcation!

  • Digital Citizenship
Instructional Tool

The Learning Accelerator - Remote & Hybrid Learning Resources

All / Samantha Artukovich

In these challenging times, how will we accelerate learning to ensure schools and districts can serve every child with rigor & equity? In response to educators’ most pressing challenges, TLA is committed to providing curated resources & high-quality, actionable guidance on creating safe & effective remote, hybrid, & in-person learning experiences.

  • Adaptive Learning
  • Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • Professional Learning
  • Other
Tips & Tricks

Adult Education

12-Sep / Richard Welk

Check out LiveBinders for all topics related to Adult Education and Technology

  • English Language Arts
  • History/Civics
  • Mathematics
  • Science
Activity

NYSCATE Professional Learning Opportunities

All / Sean McDonough

NYSCATE is committed to developing and enhancing its mission to lead the transformation of teaching and learning through technology in New York by offering a wide variety of high-quality professional development opportunities to our members. These events include workshops, certification courses, book studies, webinars & regional/state confs.

  • Professional Learning
Tips & Tricks

Digital Access State Action Guide: Educational Equity in the Time of COVID-19

All / Allison Socol

In many communities, especially communities of color and low-income communities, students lack access to the technological resources they need to connect to virtual learning opportunities. This guide includes action states for state leaders hoping to close the digital divide.

  • Other
Instructional Tool

Individualizing instruction online.

All / Patricia Driscoll

This program has many features for trained educators to help students work on skills at their own pace. It contains a variety of resources and students enjoy the activities. The cost is reasonable for what you get. Also, provides ongoing assessment of progress on skills. I use this program with my 3 grandchildren to supplement distance learning

  • Adaptive Learning
Instructional Tool

Canva

12-Sep / Kelly Eisenbraun

Take visual performance tasks to the next level with Canva for Education. Students can create brochures, videos, flyers, posters, graphics and much more using this is easy to use and intuitive graphics tool. Utilize design thinking, cultivate curiosity and creativity and develop student agency. Teachers can sign up for free EDU accounts.

  • Art
  • Comics
  • Digital Storytelling
Instructional Tool

OpenBoard Interactive whiteboard for schools and universities (https://openboard.ch/index.en.html)

All / Dana Nistor

OpenBoard
Interactive whiteboard for schools and universities
OpenBoard is an open source cross-platform teaching software for interactive whiteboard designed primarily for use in schools and universities.
Universal
Available on Windows, Mac and Linux so you can stay with what you like the most.
Easy to Install
No registration required.

  • Digital Building
  • Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • Science
Instructional Tool

Peardeck Flashcard Factory

12-Sep / Noel Stroud

The students will be collaborating in groups to create sentences and pictures that correlate to each other. The students will use academic sentence stems to describe their drawing and sentences and explain their mindset.

  • Collaborative Leadership
  • English Language Arts

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Activity

Google Tour Builder Project

8-Jun / Shelby Eoff

This folder contains a project that is geared towards social studies, but could be adapted to many content areas to meet your needs! The project focuses on using research & Tour Builder to map historical & social themes. In the folder there are 3 differentiated projects, Google Form sign up, & a project organizer all using the Google platform.

  • History/Civics
  • Other
Event

Film Festival

8-Jun / Monique Chatman

In this activity, students learn the art of creating and producing by creating their very own short -film with their classmates.

  • Collaborative Leadership
  • Digital Storytelling
  • Music
Activity

Digital Citizenship Rings of Responsibility

5-Mar / Brian Dean

I adapted this mini-lesson from Common Sense Education's Activity "Rings of Responsibility." (https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/lesson/your-rings-of-responsibility) It is a great conversation starter for kids!

  • Digital Citizenship
Instructional Tool

Project Feedback Form

8-Jun / Michael Van Brunt

This is a feedback form for students when they complete a project. Students analyze how they feel they did on this project and how their teacher can better prepare them for the assessment in this unit or chapter.

  • Open Educational Resources (OER)
Event

Google Applied Digital Skills Bootcamp workshop

All / Nell Eckersley

This workshop is for teachers teaching adults. In the session we will review how to use Google's Applied Digital Skills lessons for our own professional development as well as for lesson ideas to use with students.

  • Professional Learning
Activity

myON

5-Mar / Kelsey Binkley

TSW read 2-3 books or have 2-3 books read to them on myON. Then, TSW complete a project on myON. They will complete a KWL chart or another writing response task.

  • Reading
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