All sessions are 3:30-4:00 MT (4:30-5:00 CT). Tech Tuesday archives are available on YouTube.
GIS In Your Classroom: What’s New, Contests and Cool Stuff by Julie Erickson
October 3, 2017
ArcGIS Online has expanded resources for K-12–including additional GeoInquiries for more content areas. In addition, there is a statewide map contest for students with prizes! Learn about the requirements and deadlines. View Archive!
Sway: a powerful Microsoft tool for creating on a web-based platform by Krista Bertelson
November 7, 2017
Sway is a Microsoft product that allows you to create and share interactive reports, presentations, personal stories and more. We’ll look at some samples and get to work on creating one of our own! View Archive!
Film as Text in the ELA Classroom by Tamera Miyasato
December 5, 2017
“Movies” are a powerful medium that if used correctly, can make learning fun and build confidence in your students. This webinar will provide a general overview of what “Film as Text” looks like in the ELA classroom. More importantly, they will understand how “reading” film may strengthen students’ ability to analyze, critique, evaluate and create text. View Archive!
Code.org Teaching Computer Science Fundamentals to students K-8 by Kim Clark
January 2, 2018
Code.org is an online platform designed to teach computer science fundamentals to K-8 students. Courses are also available for high school students. Learn how you can start learning today and explore the possibilities for your students. Learn More!
Formative Assessment Strategies with Technology by Kim Clark
February 13, 2018
What are some quick and easy ways to assess student understanding using technology? Let us show you some Ed tech tools used and recommended by teachers. Archive pending!
Scratch: Visual Coding in the Cloud by Dan Henry
March 6, 2018
Scratch is an online platform designed to expose students to the fundamental elements of computer coding. This computer industry is experiencing the fastest growth and highest job demand in the US job market. In this session you will see how easy it is to create opportunities for your students to problem solve and think creatively. View Archive!
Tips and Tricks for Using Outlook by Connie Godfrey
April 10, 2018
Is your inbox out of control? Learn tips and tricks within Microsoft Outlook that will increase your organization and productivity. View Archive!
FlipGrid: Classroom Conversations, Formative Assessment and More! by Julie Erickson
May 1, 2018
FlipGrid is an incredibly versatile tool that can be used for everything from formative assessment to building communities across continents. In addition, it is very easy to use–students access through a link so no account creation is required. View Archive!