Try just one thing...

I thought this movie was worth keeping, as it has lots of ideas for things you can try.


Notes from Mike Fisher, who created it:

Slide 1: Mike Fisher
Slide 2: You don’t have to be an expert…
Slide 3: …to affect student achievement.
Slide 4: …to motivate your students.
Slide 5: …to establish a digital pedagogy.
Slide 6: …to move from rote to refreshing.
Slide 7: You don’t have to be an expert…
Slide 8: …to integrate technology in multiple ways.
Slide 9: …to be Effective
Slide 11: It could be this thing.
Slide 12: Or this thing.
Slide 13: Or any one of a multitude of technological things that will make a difference in your classroom and for your students!
Slide 14: You don’t have to be an expert…
Slide 15: …if there is such a thing…
Slide 16: …You just have to be willing.

Technology tools referenced:
Slide 17
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Spell with Flickr (http://metaatem.net/words/ )
http://www.animoto.com
ePals Blog (http://www.epals.com )
Social Bookmarking ( http://www.delicious.com )
Interactive Online Posters ( http://www.glogster.com/edu )
Web 2.0 Directory (http://www.go2web20.net/ )
Tikatok - Write, Illustrate, Publish ( http://www.tikatok.com/ )
Online Mind Mapping (http://www.mindomo.com )
Slide 18: Interactive Avatars ( http://www.voki.com )
Smart Boards Wikis ( http://www.wikispaces.com )
Tag Cloud Creators ( http://www.wordle.net )
Screen Recording ( http://www.jing.com )
Google Tool / Picasa Picture Editor (http://picasaweb.google.com )
Picture Hosting (and more!) (http://www.flickr.com )
Educational Video Hosting ( http://www.teachertube.com )
Open Source Audio Software ( http://www.audacity.com )
Music: “Beat 40” from http://www.RoyaltyFreeMusic.com