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Teachers will adopt technology if the tools and associated possibilities speak to them at a personal level. Furthermore, the exploration of tools, resources, and communities can be a vehicle for building staff collaboration and morale, as well as orienting teachers to ways of promoting programs and schools. That we are in a period of budget craziness (i.e., we have next to no money) creates headaches, for sure, but also allows opportunities for us to work together in creative ways.
I will present six things not to do, paired with six approaches that can make good things happen for your teachers and students. I'll trod on some sacred ground - please keep an open mind!
Part 1: Training
My Efforts to Save the World from Ignorance
the Lab Rules video I showed
the Scouting video I may have showed
the lip dub video that may have served as a bonus at the beginning
the Central Washington University softball team story ("unbelievable sportsmanship")
Clicker thanks go to Qwizdom.
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