Thursday, March 5, 2015

#teachagtech -> Teach Ag!! Technology Tips Pt 1

Teach Ag! Technology Tips Part 1:  I am little over half of my tenure as the PSU TeachAg Technologist.  I thought it would be a good time to do an inventory of posts I have been doing for the TeachAg E-mail Blasts located here.  There is a great deal of information here that can hopefully help you in your classroom.

Using Twitter in the Classroom and Beyond
Twitter can be a useful tool in the Teach Ag! Classroom. This is a short guide on how to begin using Twitter in the agriculture classroom.

Discover Pennsylvania Learns via iTunes.
Utilize online teaching materials aligned to help students become more successful on Keystone exams.

Managing your e-reputation and being a good digital citizen is crucial to future success.

Using WeekCal App to Organize Our Busy Life

The WeekCal App is a handy app to help organize our busy agriculture educator lives.

Keeping Students on Task While Using Devices

With the ever-increasing push to use technology in the classroom, it can be a challenge to manage students' attention. This Edudemic article poses some great solutions for this problem.

ck-12 Offers Supplemental Materials for your Classroom

ck-12 offers standards-aligned materials for your classroom.

Use Graphite to Narrow App Options

Use this online tool to sort through webpages, games and apps for classroom use.

Using Remind 101 for all areas in the Ag Ed Program

This one way messaging platform allows you to remind students of anything for class, SAE, or FFA.

Find Inspiration with Pinterest

Use Pinterest for inspiration in all areas of the agriculture classroom and beyond.

Using Adobe Flash for Differentiated Learning of the FFA Creed

Using animation with sound can help different types of learners more efficiently learn the FFA Creed.

Generating QR Codes and Short URL's

Generating QR Codes and Short URL's

Make a visual impact - Use Haiku Deck

Haiku Deck is an alternative to commonly used presentation programs. It has a high visual appeal to present minimal information.

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