Learning with Technology

for Teaching

May 13, 2015
by Leanne Riseley
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Top 5 Things You Can Do This Summer

5.  Read a blog post from Learning with Technology for Teaching

4.  Organize your Gmail

3.  Get help from an Educational Technologist

2.  Explore OER

1.  Participate in 21 Day Summer Fun Challenges


5.  Catch up on a blog post from Learning with Technology for Teaching

Visit our blog at http://blogs.leeward.hawaii.edu/teach/ to read more posts.


4. Organize your Gmail

Read more Gmail features and tips on our workshop page at http://blogs.leeward.hawaii.edu/teach/gmail-challenge/. If you’re interested in attending the Gmail Challenge workshop, look out for the registration email or announcement in the bulletin next semester.


3. Get help from an Educational Technologist

TO3logo_v4Make a Technology One-on-One appointment to receive free help on anything teaching with technology. Appointments can be one-time only consultations or you can schedule weekly meetings for longer term projects.

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2. Explore OER

OER


1. Participate in 21 Day Summer Fun Challenges

Twitter 21 Day Challenge Instagram 21 Day Challenge
Register for our online, 21 Day Summer Fun Challenges – Twitter and Instagram.

  • The Twitter Challenge starts on June 1, 2015
  • The Instagram Challenge starts on July 1, 2015

January 13, 2015
by Brent Hirata
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Smart Classroom (Orientation) Challenge

We started off this semester by rolling out a revised out Smart Classroom Orientation.  We call it our Smart Classroom Challenge because it goes beyond a technical briefing by incorporating a challenge activity into the learning process.  Attendees were given an abbreviated lecture overview of the Smart Classroom hardware and its operation.   We then challenged them to come up with of brief activity modeling an instructional use of the room equipment.    While they brainstormed their activity we introduced a “problem” into the equipment setup.  Attendees were then asked to think on their feet to troubleshoot the technology and present their activity to the our group much like they would have to do in live classroom.  Successful completion of the Smart Classroom Challenge activity earned participants the Smart Classroom PD badge below.  For those instructors who are already implementing an activity in their Smart Classrooms we hope you will consider sharing what you do with us.  Send us an email at emc.lcc@gmail.com and you could be featured in an upcoming blog post.

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