Looking Back at 2016

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Before leaping into 2017 and exploring even more ways to use technology in education, let’s look back at the topics we explored in 2016.

Because so many of you have commented that video, and YouTube in particular, is one of your favorite uses of technology in the classroom, we devoted a whole series of posts on the topic exploring it from different angles. Other posts covered ideas for using online tools such as Google Docs, Facebook, and Padlet while still more posts explored ideas that could be implemented via a number of different online tools, such as website or resume making. Finally, a fourth group of posts looked at research or issues affecting the use of technology in education. In case you missed any of them the first time around, browse through the list below and find the topics that interest you!

thank youI’d like to take this opportunity as well to extend a special thank you to all the writers who contributed to Tech Tips for Teachers in 2016. Our field grows stronger from your hard work and your willingness to take the time to share your efforts and ideas. We hope to hear more from you in 2017!

If you haven’t contributed to the blog yet, but would like to, please contact me at lpeterson@worlded.org.

2016 Tech Tips for Teachers Posts

Using Video

Using Google

Other online tools

Issues and Considerations

Which topics spoke to you in 2016? And what do you look forward to exploring in 2017? Leave us your thoughts in the comments!

~ Leah Peterson, Assistant Director, EdTech Center

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