Tag Archives: edtech

  1. Changing Teaching with a Little Help from My Friends

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    October 15, 2017 by Dr. Robbie Barber

    Every Tuesday, I set up a space in my office for teachers to come and collect a 2-3 page printout …
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  2. SAMR: Simple Start to #EdTech

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    June 6, 2017 by Dr. Robbie Barber

    Recently, in a Twitter convo, I use the example picture from Kathy Schrock’s website for SAMR.  Lots of people saw …
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  3. Teachers’ TDay Homework Packet

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    November 21, 2016 by Dr. Robbie Barber

    In the normal course of things, it’s impossible to get near the copier the week before Thanksgiving holidays begin.  I …
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  4. The Law vs #EdTech (Part I)

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    July 13, 2016 by Dr. Robbie Barber

    [Note: I am not a lawyer and offer no legal advice.] Students, Parents and especially Teachers are overwhelmed with the …
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  5. Infographic: #EdTech Saves TIME

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    June 28, 2016 by Dr. Robbie Barber

    The idea is to create something to persuade you to believe that technology in the classroom is actually beneficial.  I …
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  6. Peeling the Onion of a Professional Development Plan

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    June 17, 2016 by Dr. Robbie Barber

    As an exercise, a classmate and I have created a professional development plan for putting iPads in the hands of …
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  7. Fear Factor: Playing Nice with Others?

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    June 7, 2016 by Dr. Robbie Barber

    Subtitle: Teacher Collaboration Or Teaching (How-To) Collaborate? So my teachers need to work together to create a lesson plan.  One …
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  8. My #EdTech Resolutions for 2016

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    December 25, 2015 by Dr. Robbie Barber

    I am taking the end of the year 2015 as a moment to think about what is and is not …
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  9. Tip #54: Helping Teachers Learn Tech

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    December 23, 2015 by Dr. Robbie Barber

    We talk about personalized learning and then too often we declare that only teachers who are “connected” can do personalized …
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  10. Math Night Videos Flipped the Teaching

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    October 25, 2015 by Dr. Robbie Barber

    Last week, our school had Family Math Night. My role was to help our students make videos explaining math concepts. …
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