|Technology is a given. (2013). Uploaded by Scott McLeod to Flickr. Available online at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mcleod/8399337241/|
- Create/update an About.Me page. Check out my new one! :)
- Create/update your online portfolio. I suggest Weebly; it is free, easy
to use, and aesthetically-pleasing. I used it to create mine!
- Create/update your Twitter profile & develop/organize a PLN
- Sync your online networks to form a cohesive online presence
(Same updated info, same profile picture, etc)
- Develop an online presence for your classroom. It can be a classroom
Twitter account, a webpage, a wiki, a Facebook page/group, a blog, etc.
Think about what best suits your students & run with it!
* Read my post about digital identity to learn more about online presence.
- Participate in a MOOC (massive open online course). Check out
the MOOC List to see what is coming up.
- Tune into a Twitter chat. Some of my favourites are:
- Check out the resources available from some great ed tech curators.
The following are a must-see if you haven't checked them out before:
- Larry Ferlazzo's "Best Lists"
- ICT Magic
- Cybrary Man
- Check out the backwards-by-design & new MB report card frameworks
available through the mRLC (Manitoba Rural Learning Consortium). Everything
a Manitoba teacher could ask for!
- Familiarize yourself with the Bloom's Taxonomy chart of iPad apps.
- Check out the ever-growing supply of Ted ED lessons that feature videos,
articles, comprehension questions & online discussions.
What is on your #EdTech To-Do List?
What would you add to this list?
* See Anthony's original, "Happy Summer! Now what? Summer #EdTech to-do list!" post.