Ed Tech Tips, Tricks & Hacks – Vol. 2, Issue 3

Ed Tech Tips, Tricks & Hacks – Vol. 2, Issue 3

This edition of Ed Tech Tips, Tricks & Hacks contains nuggets of wisdom on:

  • Michelle’s Blog (You’re on it now!)
  • Kami for Differentiation
  • My Blueprint – Div 2&3
  • Hour of Code
  • Edu in 90
  • Esti-Mysteries – A Learning Mission
  • Planboard
  • Plickers
  • True Size of – Interactive map projection explorer
  • Kialo Edu – Tool for critical thinking and rational debate
  • Classroom Screen – Easy digital screen tools
  • Wooclap
  • ClipArt Tec.
  • Meet Generation Z
  • Tik Tok Safety

Coding Resources

Coding Resources

There are many ways to approach coding with young people. And the good news is that you don’t need to be a coder. You don’t actually even need to know anything about coding to expose the students in your class. You can learn right alongside your students! Or, you can take a step back and allow your students to work through a few exercises independently with encouragement given to them to synergize, collaborate and help one another out

…in no particular order (though I tried to sort them from easiest to harder)