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Low/No Tech Activities

  • 1.  Low/No Tech Activities

    PLN Leader
    Posted 04-23-2020 08:35
    I have been loving going through all of the options for low or no-tech activities for our students.  I've been compiling a list for an upcoming webinar and thought I'd share the Google Slide deck.  It's still a work in progress.  What do you think I should also add?

    Low/No Tech

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    Laurie Guyon
    Assistant Coordinator for Model Schools
    WSWHE BOCES
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    The Perfect Blend: A Practical Guide to Designing Student-Centered Learning Experiences


  • 2.  RE: Low/No Tech Activities

    PLN Leader
    Posted 04-24-2020 10:32
    This is a great presentation @Laurie Guyon so many wonderful ideas in there. I plan to check it out again later and see if I can think of anything else to add, but you definitely have a tremendous resource!!

    thank you!​

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    Rachelle Dene Poth, JD, MSEd
    Foreign Language & STEAM Teacher, Riverview H.S.
    President, Teacher Education Network,
    Mobile Learning Network Leadership Team Member
    PAECT Outstanding Teacher of the Year, 2017
    Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert
    Nearpod PioNear
    rdene915@gmail.com

    Twitter and Voxer: @rdene915
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    The Perfect Blend: A Practical Guide to Designing Student-Centered Learning Experiences


  • 3.  RE: Low/No Tech Activities

    Posted 04-24-2020 12:03
    You might find this set of Google Slides helpful: https://bit.ly/NoTechLearning   I also have a version in PowerPoint https://delivr.com/2h46n

    Slide title screen on a green chalkboard background with white chalk sketches of school supplies and text


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    -Karyn (@Filibuster3)
    Technology Training Specialist
    MIEExpert, MIETrainer, Apple Teacher, Google Certified Educator-Level 2, National Geographic Certified Educator
    https://gktechies.wordpress.com/ (blog)
    https://delivr.com/27zf2 (Accessibility collection)
    http://bit.ly/gktechies YouTube Channel
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    The Perfect Blend: A Practical Guide to Designing Student-Centered Learning Experiences


  • 4.  RE: Low/No Tech Activities

    PLN Leader
    Posted 04-24-2020 12:57
    Thanks!  I saw you post this in another conversation.  It has an incredible amount of amazing resources.  Thank you for sharing!

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    Laurie Guyon
    Assistant Coordinator for Model Schools
    WSWHE BOCES
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    The Perfect Blend: A Practical Guide to Designing Student-Centered Learning Experiences


  • 5.  RE: Low/No Tech Activities

    PLN Leader
    Posted 04-20-2021 08:27
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    We assembled to-go STEM kits for our remote learners. This PDF shares what we included and a bunch of ideas for things to do with all that stuff. :)

    to the ISTE STEM PLN for their help on this. Many great suggestions came from the team.

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    Janine Feil
    Tech Facilitator
    Greenbrier/ Ivy Hill Elementary
    Arlington Heights, IL
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    Design Challenge Ideas.pdf   306 KB 1 version
    The Perfect Blend: A Practical Guide to Designing Student-Centered Learning Experiences


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