During a poster presentation titled “Technology Tools for Project-Based Learning and Student Collaboration” at FETC 2015, Kristin Harrington, instructional technology program specialist at St. Johns County School District, Fla., highlighted two of her favorite tools, Microsoft OneNote and Padlet, for engaging elementary students in authentic, collaborative learning experiences. Harrington, formerly an elementary school teacher in the district, earned many technology grants for her classroom. Her advice during the FETC poster presentation was borne of her experience.
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At FETC 2015, Terry Dobson and Heather Baptie—founders of Links 2 Learning Online who specialize in working with students with severe learning disabilities—recommended the following alternatives to purchasing books:
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At FETC 2015, Terry Dobson and Heather Baptie—founders of Links 2 Learning Online who specialize in working with students with severe learning disabilities—highlighted the following digital tools for supporting reading:
At FETC, Sylvia Martinez—coauthor of Invent to Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering the Classroom and advisory board member of Generation YES, a nonprofit that evangelizes student leadership through modern technology—presented A Global Revolution Goes to School: The Maker Movement.