My mid-year “Best” list posts continue…
I publish a regular series called Ed Tech Digest, and I thought it would useful to readers and to me to review them and highlight the ones I think are the best of the year.
Here are my choices from the past six months:
Sound Advice: The NPR guide to student podcasting is a recently updated resource from…NPR. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Teacher & Student Podcasting.
Europeana is an online collection of items from many European museums, and lets you choose from them to create your own online collection. I’m adding it to The Best Ways For Students To Create Their Own Online Art Collections.
I’m adding this tweet to The Best Advice On Using Education Technology:
I think every educator who uses edtech (in other words, all of us teachers) & every developer of edtech should read this piece by @ddmeyer and reflect what it means for how we implement it in the classroom https://t.co/rDp1ZdPf5R
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) March 16, 2023
Animated Route Maps “lets you easily create and modify a travel route on Google Maps and then view the scenery along the route using animated Street View.” I’m adding it to The Best Map-Making Sites On The Web.
— Katie Grunow (@ConicDal) April 19, 2023
🌴 I got a great question from a school in NYC worried that computers were going to undermine conversation in their classrooms. Here’s a few ideas about that & a short video from a Chicago classroom. https://t.co/7vMPLQWVEc
— Dan Meyer (@ddmeyer) April 20, 2023
What Netflix Would Look Like if an Edtech Company Built It is by Dan Meyer. I’m adding it to The Best Resources Showing Why We Need To Be “Data-Informed” & Not “Data-Driven”
I’m adding this next tweet to The Best Posts On Student Cellphone Use In Class — Please Contribute More:
This is one of the more common-sense perspectives on cellphones in the classroom that I’ve seen. https://t.co/xvvt1KanV2
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) October 5, 2022