Building a Digital Toolbox for Asynchronous Elementary Level Learning


This video series has been developed as part of the Maine Department of Education’s efforts to provide guidance and support around the use of digital tools in the 2020-2021 school year. Some of these trainings are tied in with the Department’s MOOSE platform training materials while others are being covered that are specifically not part of the MOOSE digital tools.  The goal is to explore those digital tools that can used effectively for asynchronous learning with a focus on the elementary level.

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Part One: EdPuzzle, Educandy, Jamboard, Pear Deck, PowToon, and Youtube
 
EdPuzzle

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the "EdPuzzle" webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.

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EduCandy

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the "EdPuzzle" webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.

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Jamboard

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the "EdPuzzle" webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.


 

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Pear Deck

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the "EdPuzzle" webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.


 

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PowToon

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the "EdPuzzle" webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.


 

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Youtube

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the "EdPuzzle" webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.

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Part Two: Adobe Spark, Book Creator, Flipgrid, Kahoot, Padlet, and Thinglink 

Adobe Spark

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the Flipgrid webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.

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Book Creator

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the Flipgrid webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.

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Flipgrid

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the Flipgrid webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.

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Kahoot

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the Flipgrid webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.

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Padlet

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the Flipgrid webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.

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Thinglink

With the wealth of technology tools that are available to educators, it can be helpful to use frameworks to select, evaluate, and integrate a technology tool into a remote setting. We discuss several of these models, framed with familiar pedagogy, and provide resources for your own tool selection and integration process.

Click here to watch the Flipgrid webinar.

Click here to access the accompanying slide deck.

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