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5 Tech Tools in 5 Minutes: Episode 7

Episode 7- EdTech books to read this summer
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Katie Ritter

on 8 May 2014

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Transcript of 5 Tech Tools in 5 Minutes: Episode 7

1. Untangling the Web
2. Web 2.0: How-to for Educators
3. Flip Your Classroom
4. Out of Our Minds: Learning to be Creative
5 Tech Tools in 5 Minutes
5. Digital Leadership: Changing Paradigms for Changing Times
By Katie Ritter
Twitter: @Katie_M_Ritter
Blog: talktechwithme.wordpress.com
Website: talktechwithme.com
Written by Steve Dembo and Adam Bellow.
Why Read It?
Dembo and Bellow give a detailed description of 20 web tools that any teacher could use in his or her classroom.
Written by Gwen Solomon and Lynne Schrum.
Why Read It?
Written by Eric Sheninger
Written by Sir Ken Robinson
Written by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams
Why Read It?
Why Read It?
Why Read It?
Each chapter provides enough information you can take back to your classroom the very next day and the confidence to hit the ground running.
Bergmann and Sams are well known as the Pioneers with the flipped classroom. They give great examples of how to run any flipped classroom based on their own trial & errors. They also describe the flipped mastery approach which is the next level of flipped learning/teaching.
Diigo bookmark link for all the sites in this presentation:
http://bit.ly/5in5-7
Sheninger is a well known principal who advocates for responsible use of technology. His book is a bestseller about leadership in a digital world.
Robinson is well known for a couple of his TED talks, which are some of my personal favorites. In his book he further discusses why creativity in schools is so important and how educators can help unlock students' creativity
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