A few years ago, a Gates Foundation report, Teachers Know Best: What Educators Want from Digital Instructional Tools, indicated that teachers want tools “supporting student collaboration and providing interactive experiences”. While this was a back in 2014 (hmmm … how long is that in ‘tech years'?), I suspect that interest in these types of tools has only grown.
On Friday, July 6th, at Noon EST, my friends at WizIQ will host a Webinar that I will offer, exploring a variety of tools for interactive classroom collaboration, and ways to use them in the classroom. These are tools that are mostly free (some have advanced functionality for a fee). REGISTER HERE (it's free!)
This is the first in a series of webinars we will offer on the first Friday on every other month (at the same time – Noon EST). [Note: on the alternate month, the Flipped Learning Network will offer webinars]. These are entirely free sessions that will include the opportunity for Q&A.
Here are some of the types of tools we will look at:
- Online Interactive Digital Whiteboards
- Collaborative Mind Mapping
- Collaborative Document Editing
- Use student response apps to faciliate collaboration
- Collaborative Diagramming
- Using Video tools to collaborate
- … and more!
I hope you will join us! Click here to register: