Engaging, interactive learning-right in your students’ hands! What if your students’ mobile devices became an instructional asset rather than a distraction? Discover how free, scannable technology can enrich learning while captivating students. Best of all, these technologies are easy to implement within your classroom. Monica Burnsoffers user-friendly strategies and tips in this quick-read guide. Get ready to: • Learn about QR codes and Augmented Reality (AR) • Reach each student with new, hands-on learning opportunities • Embrace the ACES Framework for teaching with scannable technologies: Access, Curate, Engage, and Share • Promote self-directed learning and showcase your students’ creations • Leverage technology to connect your classroom with families and the community Don’t miss this opportunity to become a leader in digital learning! “Burns provides practical ...
Chapter 5: Curate to Guide Learning Picking the Perfect Resource
Curate to Guide Learning Picking the Perfect Resource
A teacher’s role includes curation of resources that meet the needs of his or her students. Educators can support students who are struggling, excelling, learning a language, or would benefit from resources tailored to their learning style. With scannable technology, just-right resources can be placed in just-right spaces for students interacting with content across subject areas.
When teachers curate content they handpick resources they want their students to see. This happens every day in classrooms all over the world. Teachers decide which article will help their students better understand a current event, which read-aloud book will show examples of descriptive language, or which poster of the periodic table of ...