K-8 teachers looking for ways to integrate instructional technology into the curriculum

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  • we have been using wallwisher and the students really are enjoying as a begining tool intergrating ICT. I have also used -voice thread , this could be one way to assess students on their skills.
  • Currently in my 4th grade Math & Science classes I use student response systems; a class blog (Learning Is Sweet) and Edmodo. I am looking for ways to make assessments painless for my students and myself. I have played around with google docs but I am looking for more ideas on how to use those in 4th grade as well as more ideas on using Edmodo (which my kids LOVE).
  • Hello all,

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  • Will begin a new job in September, teaching Social Studies K-8 in an iMac lab with a Promethean board. I look forward to sharing resources and ideas.
  • I find K-5 extremely receptive to technology. Plus, there is so much out there in terms of instructional technology that can be used with students. Let us try to bring some ideas together here.
  • My district has finally moved technology class into the elementary level!  I am one of two teachers that will be teaching K-4 computer skills.  I would appreciate any and all suggestions, ideas, or lessons for this new adventure.

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Do Constructive Classrooms use Technology?

Adopting a constructivist approach to pedagogy is perhaps one of the most important, but often forgotten, things in the classroom. Creating a classroom of exploration, creation and self-initiated inquiries should be our goal. How far do you think technology supports this goal? Is technology just another add-on for teachers or does it truly help in the creation of an inquiry-based classroom?Let's share examples and ideas in this forum.

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