Ed Tech in the NJ Classroom

Today I had the pleasure of presenting to a group of faculty/staff from Fairleigh Dickinson University in NJ. I promised them that I would post the slidedeck and resources while at Starbucks soaking up wifi in-between meetings. Unfortunately, I could not get to a Starbucks, but I was able to find a Panera and write the post.

I had originally presented this information at WETech  Symposium back in March. Using this blog post, I gathered stories from educators from around NJ regarding how they were using technology in their schools.

The following are the resources and websites that I referred to in the presentation:

4 thoughts on “Ed Tech in the NJ Classroom

  1. Chelsea Strong says:

    Hello my name is Chelsea Strong and I am a student at the University of South Alabama in Dr. Strange EDM 310 class. Before I started this class I never knew technology had become this big in school. You have shared a ton of information in this post that i can use when i become a teacher. Thanks so much!

  2. This post is great! As a teacher looking to return to my career, I need to update myself on the tools that are available that can make learning engaging and fun in my classroom. Last week, I posted to my own blog about some of the tools that I had discovered. Now, I have even more items to add to my technology toolbox! Thanks!

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