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Below are a list of resources related to the topic of Design Thinking.

 

Classroom Challenge – Design Thinking:  – Thinking by Design - September 2016  A (September 2016)

One of the Classroom Challenges by holmesg is designed for teachers to share ideas and discuss how design thinking works.

 

Design a Wallet (September 2016)

This document by stefanie_hausman provided an example of how to implement Design Thinking.

 

Design Thinking Bootcamp (September 2016)

This blog post by lfisher@clarity-innovations.com explains the basics of Design Thinking.

 

Design Thinking in the Classroom (September 2016)

This discussion by MBrownEdTech links Design Thinking with skills students need to develop during K-12 education.

 

Electrical Engineer for a day (July 2015)

A unit plan shared by tom.seaman@clarusmarketingconsulting.com shows how students can practice design as used by an Electrical Engineer.

 

Empathy and the Design Thinking Process (September 2016)

This blog post by jess-sanders shows how to implement Empathy and Design Thinking.

 

The Power of Empathy in Design Thinking for Education (September 2016)

A discussion started by lfisher@clarity-innovations.com describes the importance of empathy in the engineering process.

 

Roll Call... Are you ready to Rock the Hour of Code 2016? (September 2016)

This blog post by vkajones that describes how to participate in the Hour of Code.

 

Engage and Win: Share your Design Challenge Ideas (September 2016)

A discussion begun by aparker challenges teachers to share ideas on how to use Design Thinking as an engineer.

 

STEM Snacks: Bending Glass (September 2016)

This blog post by glen_w provides an example of how students can apply Design Thinking when bending glass tubing as a classroom activity.

 

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Created by educators, for educators, Intel's Professional Learning resources are designed to help passionate teachers integrate technology effectively into their curriculum to engage students and help them reach their full potential.

 

About Intel® Teach Elements

Free, on-demand online professional development courses that explore 21st century learning concepts.

 

Intel® Education Online Tools and Apps

Intel Education's online tools consists of Seeing Reason, Visual Ranking, Showing Evidence, and Assessing Projects.  Each Tool contains overview and benefits, tutorials on how to use the tool, instructional strategies for the classroom and project examples of project ideas and unit plans.

 

Mobile Learning

A collection of resources to assist educators currently teaching in mobile-enhanced environments as well as teachers hoping to adapt mobile learning practices and tools in their classrooms.

 

Apps from Intel Education

Teaching and Learning Applications

 

Intel Education STEM Resources

A collection of STEM resources from Intel Education.

 

Girls, Women and STEM

Intel's resources inspiring more girls and women to pursue studies and careers in technology.

 

Makers

A collection of resources supporting Makers from Intel.

Here are 10 Engage Community Resources that feature Life and Career Skills.

 

STEM Toys For Girls To Ignite STEM Careers (February 2016)

This discussion includes several links, resources, and ideas for encouraging Girls to consider STEM Careers by using interesting technologies and educational gadgets and toys.

 

Cut to the Core: Tech Solutions for Common Core - Finding 21st Century Careers (February 2014)

A blog post that covers how to improve your searching skills, how to sample various search engines and techniques, and encourages the reader to use these skills when studying career choices and for when preparing for a career search.

 

Chat with Deb - Career Readiness (February 2016)

This blog post includes information for those that wish to promote career readiness in their classrooms.  It includes videos, links, and info graphics to communicate a message for preparing career ready students.

 

Classroom Challenge – 21st Century Careers:  Finding the Right Career (February 2016)

This challenge to educators includes career readiness videos and self-assessments which help guide students to the right career.  Several examples of career choices and recommendations based on the self- assessment are included in the discussion.

 

Getting Girls Interested in STEM Careers (February 2016)

A discussion post that has several examples, reflections, and advice about encouraging girls to consider careers in technology and other STEM careers.

 

Makerspace Essentials for CTE (October 2015)

A blog post that includes advice for setting up makerspaces that inspires users to consider careers in technical fields.  It includes several videos and online resources to help users get started with creating makerspaces focused on 21st century skills.

 

 

February - April 2016- Pathways to Learning: Computer Science for All #CSforAll (February 2016)

This blog post includes several ideas and resources for encouraging girls to begin coding.  It discusses that computer science is for all and shares the resources that would help one to get a girls coding club started in their school. 

 

What is Your 21st Century Career Type? (February 2016)

A blog post that features an online type test to help people determine what type of learner they are and to consider a career that best suits them. 

 

Living and Learning in 2025 (May 2015)

This recorded webinar explores what will it feel like to live ten years in the future? It features futurist Brian David Johnson as he explores the technological and cultural trends that will shape 2025, exploring their impact on our daily lives.

 

How do we Empower and Inspire Young Women? (February 2015)

A recorded webinar that includes Tricia Berry, Director of Texas Girls Collaborative Project (TxGCP) and Katherine Sauter, middle school CATE teacher at the Ann Richard's Young Women Leadership Academy sharing resources and tools to inspire and empower young women to become innovators, creators and designers of the world in which they live.

 

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Below are a list of resources related to the topic of STEM / Maker.

 

Augmenting the Common Core - Cut to the Core: Technology Solutions for the Common Core (February 2015)

This blog post by smersand includes many ideas for how technology may engage students in understanding Common Core concepts.

 

Design Thinking a High School Makerspace (September 2016)

This blog post by deb_norton shares how her high school got started with their maker space.

 

Makerspace Essentials for CTE (October 2015)

This blog post by deb_norton shares the connection between Career and Technical Education and Makerspaces. 

 

Keep on Creating... (June 2016)

This blog post by iVelvet shares resources she shared with her students to keep them creative and engaged in making over the summer. 

 

Happy National Week of Making (June 2016)

This blog post by TimNielsen explored what can be done to support a week of making. 

 

Classroom Challenge – 21st Century Careers: Finding the Right Career – February 2016 (February 2016)

This blog post by holmesg  encourages the creation of lesson ideas related to STEM careers.

 

Cut to the Core: Tech Solutions for Common Core - Hour of Code and the Common Core (December 2014)

This blog post by smersand provides many ideas on how Hour of Code applies to Common Core.

 

Cut to the Core: Tech Solutions for Common Core - The Maker Movement, Technology and the Common Core (September 2014)

This blog post by smersand contains ideas on how to implement the Maker movement with Common Core.

 

Intel Teach Live- September 2015- Tapping into the Mentality of the Makey Makey Movement (September 2015)

This is a recoding and links to the discussion from the Webinar on the Makey Makey Movement and discusses how schools can get involved in these activities. 

 

February Community Roadmap: Life and Career Readiness (February 2016)

This document by stefanie_hausman  started a discussion of how to engage and help students become interested in STEM.

 

Getting Girls Interested in STEM Careers(May 2016)

This discussion by lfisher@clarity-innovations.com provides an example of a school implementing STEM.

 

STEM Toys For Girls To Ignite STEM Careers (October 2015)

This discussion by NaomiHarm provides ideas of Toys that can help Girls enjoy STEM Careers.

Science Books Can Be FUN! (May 2015)

This discussion by LitChicks was designed for Intel Engage members to share ideas on science books that will engage and interest students.

 

STEM Snacks: The other domino game (May 2015)

This discussion by glen_w provides ideas on how students might use dominoes to collect and analyze evidence.

 

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Below are a list of resources related to the topic of Computer Science and includes discussions, videos, blogs and more.

 

December Roadmap: Teaching the Basics in Computer Science….Going Beyond the Hour (November 2016)

A collection of resources to help teachers move beyond the hour of code.

 

Roll Call... Are you ready to Rock the Hour of Code 2016? (November 2016)

    This blog shares resources to get started with the Hour of Code 2016. This blog also explores the level of implementation of the Hour of Code.

 

Every child should have the opportunity to learn the basics in CS....Open Letter (July 2016)

    This discussion explores the how every child should have access to learn the basics in computer science.

 

Teaching Computational Thinking (May 2016)

    This blog examines the value of computational thinking in schools and how to embed activities into classroom activities to develop CT skills.

 

Does Sphero belong in schools? (February 2016)

    This discussion explores how Sphero robots are used in schools.

 

Coding is shaping our future! (February 2016)

    This blog explores how the Hour of Code is changing instruction.

 

Intel Connectors #21 Coding in the Classroom.pdf (February 2016)

    Both the K-12 Blueprint and Intel Engage profile students, classrooms and schools utilizing technology in Education.

 

February - April 2016- Pathways to Learning: Computer Science for All #CSforAll  (February 2016)

    This blog explores the national movement behind Computer Science for ALL students #CSforAll.

 

February - April 2016- Pathways to Learning: Computer Science for All #CSforAll   (February 2016)

This blog post includes several ideas and resources for encouraging girls to begin coding.  It discusses that computer science is for all and shares the resources that would help one to get a girls coding club started in their school.

 

Computers are Changing Everything...Yet most schools don't teach Computer Science...Why? (July 2015)

    This blog explores why most schools do not teach computer science.

 

Tech in Education Profiles: Alana Aaron (December 2015)

      This blog explores insights on coding in Alana Aaron’s 5th Grade classroom.

 

Let's Learn Computer Science 1 (June 2015)

    This blog explores Course 1 of Code.org's Code Student collection of puzzles and Unplugged activities.

 

Let's Learn Computer Science 2 (June 2015)

    This blog explores Course 2 of Code.org's Code Student collection of puzzles and Unplugged activities.

 

Let's Learn Computer Science 3 (July 2015)

    This blog explores Course 3 of Code.org's Code Student collection of puzzles and Unplugged activities.

 

Let's Learn Computer Science 4 (November 2015)

    This blog explores Course 4 of Code.org's Code Student collection of puzzles and Unplugged activities.

 

Computer Science Unplugged - Korean (March 2015)

    This blog explores unplugged activities for computer science in Korean

 

Learning Pathways-October-December 2015-To Code or Not to Code...Is that the Right Question? (October 2015)

    This blog asks the critical question if we should teach coding to elementary students.  This blog also explores if computer science enhances 21st Century Skills.

 

Intel Teach Live: Celebration and Coding  (December 2015)

    This post is a webinar on coding and celebrating the birthday on Engage and Intel Teach Live

 

Why is there a shortage of women and minorities in the computer science industry? (November 2014)

    This discussion explores the reasons why there is a storage of women and minorities in computer science and explores solutions.

 

Re: Learning Pathways- October- December 2014- World-Wide Hour of Code Roll Call...  (December 2014)

    The discussion celebrates the Hour of Code and World Wide implementation plans.

 

Intel Teach Live-December 2014-Computer Science and Birthday Bash (December 2014)

    This webinar discussion explores how computer science can be integrated into any curriculum. This blog also celebrated the birthdays of the Engage Community and Intel Teach Live.

 

Community Roadmap December: Learn to Code! (December 2014)

    The blog celebrates National Computer Science week and the Hour of Code national event.

 

Cut to the Core: Tech Solutions for Common Core - Hour of Code and the Common Core (December 2014)

    This blog explores how Common Core is a technology solution for Hour of Code.

 

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Below are a list of resources related to the topic of Mobile Learning and includes discussions, videos, blogs and more.

Mobile Learning (including Jeff Charboneau’s blog posts.)

 

Classroom Challenge – Going Mobile – Learning on the go - March 2016 (March 2016)

    This blog explores a classroom challenge that explores Apps created by Intel and details how they can be used to make learning fun and mobile.

 

Digital Inking in the Classroom: Real Stories, Real Problems, & Real Solutions (March 2016)

    Digital Inking in the Classroom....Real stories, real problems and real solutions.

 

What is a picture worth? Using photos in physics. (March 2016)

    Jeff Charboneau sharing how his students using tablet PCs, as 1:1 devices...accessing online resources.

 

Software and Apps for a One to One (Tablet) Physics Class (January 2016)

Jeff Charboneau shares apps used his his physics class.

 

Education Dreams (December 2015)

Jeff Charboneau shares his educational dreams.

 

The Five Myths of Personalized Learning (February 2016)

    Diverse learning with mobile devices... the myths and how we can help all students thrive.

   

Software and Apps for a One to One (Tablet) Physics Class (January 2016)

    Apps to use in a 1:1 Physics class

 

Education Dreams  (December 2015)

    Empowering students and teachers to use technology...Education Dreams

 

Community Roadmap: Going Mobile (March 2015)

    A variety of Engage Community and other resources to engage students in mobile learning.

 

Moving into Mobile Learning: How mobile is your classroom? (November 2014)

    This discussion explores the question how mobile is your classroom?

 

Moving into Mobile Learning and Creativity in the Mobile Classroom Syllabus (January 2015)

    Course Classroom Syllabus

 

Moving into Mobile Learning  (December 2014)

Intel® Teach Elements: Moving into Mobile Learning Webinar

    Webinar about the course Moving into Mobile Learning

 

Introduction to Mobile Learning  (November  2014)

    Explore Mobile Learning resources and definition of Mobile Learning

 

Mobile Learning  (February 2015)

    Discussion on research and definitions of mobile learning

 

Mobile Learning Visions (June 2014)

    A discussion on how can mobile learning impact student learning?

 

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Below are a list of resources related to the topic of Active Learning Spaces.

 

Get Active: Reimagining Learning Spaces for Student Success (June 2015)

In this webinar, authors Stefanie Hausman, Tod Johnston, and Dale Basye will discuss the concepts, resources, and insights covered in the book, and showcase how schools across the country are discarding the traditional notion of what a “classroom” is and developing a new type of contemporary learning space: one that is more flexible, agile and adaptive and equipped with technology to both personalize and expand conditions for learning.

 

#StarbucksMyRoom (August 2016)

This blog post by deb_norton explores the concept of flexible seating and how it can be relevant to active learning spaces.

 

Is Your Classroom Ready? I Have a Few Ideas for You! (August 2016)

This post by deb_norton showcases ways to design classrooms that look differently from the traditional classroom and provide students with active learning spaces that fits their learning styles.

 

How do you capture "Snapshots" of the Learning Process? (August 2016)

This discussion by vkajones captures thoughts on how to capture snapshots of students' learning in an active learning environment.

 

Getting Students Energized for Learning (August 2016)

This discussion by MBrownEdTech highlights 3 strategies for getting students up, energized, moving and engaged in active learning.

 

Get Active: Reimagining Learning Spaces Book Study  (April 2016)

A book study in an innovative way of learning and this post documents the guidelines of running a successful book study.  This book focuses on the Pedagogy of Active Learning and how it drives transformation, classroom space and how it affects learning your environment and then turning ideas into actions.

 

August Community Roadmap: Active Learning Spaces(July 2016)

This community roadmap explores the question: What role does space play in learning?

 

Classroom Challenge – Active Learning Spaces:  Space by DesignClassroom Challenge – Active Learning Spaces:  Space by Design – August  2016(August 2016)

This challenge by holmesg had participants design and discuss learning spaces that allowed for active learning, flexible classroom interactivity and allowed for assessment of learning outcomes.

 

Active Learning Spaces Mission(August 2016)

This mission had  participants design and discuss learning spaces. There are extra resources in the discussion area.

 

Creative and Engaging Mobile Assessments for Active Learning(May 2016)

This discussion by NaomiHarm provides resources and a podcast recording for creative and engaging mobile assessments for active learning.

 

K-12 Professional Learning

This page hosts a plethora of links including links to strategies for transforming learning environments for 21st century learners:

Get Active: Reimagining Learning Spaces

Active Learning Toolkit

 

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Classroom Challenge – Innovative Technology:  Creating a better way (January 2016)

This resource by holmesg highlights different ways to create innovative lessons and includes classroom examples and ideas.

 

Geek Is So Chic With Wearable Technology(January 2016)

This webinar showcases wearable technology that can enhance personal and professional learning.

 

Create in 3D! Imagination comes to life!(January 2016)

This post by iVelvet explores the possibilities of 3D printing and showcases classroom applications.

 

Chat with Deb - Virtual Reality is a 2016 Innovative Technology(January 2016)

This post by deb_norton explores the topic of virtual reality and how it can be utilized with students.

 

Community Roadmap: Innovative Technology(January 2016)

This community roadmap provides links to the monthly theme and has people answering the following:

What are you most excited about? What is stoking your educational passion right now?

What do you resolve to do to innovate in 2016?

How do you determine whether a new technology is working in your classroom or not? If it's not, what do you do?

 

Classroom Challenge – Innovative technologies – Storytelling with Green Screening (January 2015)

This discussion by holmesg highlights various resources to use if interested in using green screen technology with students.

 

Straight From The Source (January 2016)

This document by sieholmes highlights two resources: Goosechase and Connecting Teachers and Learning (flipped learning for teachers)

 

Innovative Technology - Ladibug - Create Time Lapse Videos and More (January 2015)

This post by deb_norton explores the process of creating time lapse videos with students

 

Google Instructional Tools: Let's Get Ready to EXPLORE! (May 2015)

This webinar shows viewers how to innovatively utilize GAFE tools in the classroom. 

 

Personalized Learning with Mobile Technologies (March 2016)

This archived Twitter Chat explores how innovative technologies can be used to personalize learning.

 

The Wonders of Google Classroom (March 2016)

This webinar showcases the structure of Google Classroom and explores several integration ideas.

 

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Below are a list of resources related to the topic of Sustainability for the topic of Sustainable Practices for Our World

 

April Community Roadmap: Sustainability and the Next Generation of Innovators - (March 2016)

April Community Roadmap: Sustainability and the Next Generation of Innovators -  Earth Day environmental movement - Ideas for Earth Day  - The challenge of developing energy efficient products

 

Sustaining a Healthy Appetite at the School Lunch Table - (June 2016)

Sustaining a Healthy Appetite at the School Lunch Table - Sustainability through school gardens.  Strategies and ideas for designing school gardens

 

Learning Pathway-April-June 2016: Innovative Sustainability - (April 2016)

Sustainability and Going Green, The connection between sustainability, the environment, the society, and the economy

 

Forest Science - (July 2016)

Forest Science How trees communicate through their underground root system

 

Why not connect your students to experts for research? (April 2016)

Connecting students to experts for research - Reducing paper use by using google documents -

 

Straight from the Source..... April's Theme: Sustainability  (April 2016)

Hands on activities and related resources on air quality and climate change for teachers.  Includes lesson plans and interactive activities.

 

Earth Day Online Activities for Students  - (April 2016)

Virtual Forest Challenge and other earth day activities shared by teachers.

 

Classroom Challenge – Global Citizenship:  Earth, The Environment Matters (April 2016)

Tools and resources for exploring global citizenship.  Resources include world history project, recycle city and tree free e-card.

 

Community Roadmap: Educating Global Citizens (April 2015)

Important skills needed for global citizenship.  What is required to ensure that the world our students inherit is safe, healthy and prosperous?

 

Earth Day Ideas (March 2016)

Exchange of plans, ideas and resources for celebrating Earth Day.

 

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Below are a list of resources related to the topic of Personalized learning for the topic Personalized Learning with Mobile Technology

 

March Community Roadmap: Personalized Learning with Mobile Technologies -  (March 2016)

Definition of personalized learning, best practices for personalizing your classroom, strategies that other teachers are using, and different perspectives on personalized learning.  Images, polls and myths about personalized learning is provided to paint a visual and create powerful discussions. Links to Personalized learning toolkit and K-12 Blueprint.

 

Geek Is So Chic With Wearable Technology  (January 2016)

Update on wearable technology and showcase of the latest and greatest wearable technology that can enhance personal and professional learning.

 

Break the Ice with Your Mobile Device   (March 2016)

How to get students up and moving with mobile devices using them with ice breakers or as lesson activity hooks. Activities include photography funny faces and digital photography tableaus.

 

Introduction to Mobile Learning  (June 2015)

Ten elements of High Quality Digital Learning, Models of mobile learning, Technology Toolbox, and a Teacher's Story.

 

Community Roadmap: Going Mobile  (March 2015)

Resources provided for 1:1 initiatives, going mobile, mobile learning spaces, K-12 Professional Development Resources Community, and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).

 

Mobile Teachers: Apps, Ideas, and Taking Action   (June 2015)

Mobile learning environments begin with teachers.  Resources include

Taking Action for Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning Webinars

Intel Education Apps

Mobile Scenarios for K12 App

 

Straight From the Source May 2016 (May 2016)

How students are going mobile with quizzup and kahoot.  Students share how these tools are making a difference for them in their classrooms.

 

The Five Myths of Personalized Learning  (February 2016)

A Guide for Engaging Students with Technology. Critical principles and approaches that successful personalized learning initiatives share including differentiated, individualized and personalized instruction.

 

Intel® Teach Program   (Sept 2015)

Intel Teach Essentials Course. Instructional strategies for addressing and assessing thinking skills using technology to increase opportunities for effective student collaboration, student teacher interactions and the inquiry process.

 

Salt and Pepper with Devices (March 2016)

Devices and tools to personalize learning

 

Classroom Challenge – PD Launch:  Brew your Own Personalized PD  (July 2016)

Using PLC's to personalize learning and create focused continuous school improvement. Includes steps for obtaining support, engaging participants and implementing strategies.

 

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Below are a list of resources related to the topic of Innovative Learning.

 

July Community Roadmap: Innovative Learning -June 2016

This resource, by stefanie_hausman  examines different learning models and introduces us to the idea of Microlearning. - June 2016

 

Innovative Learning: Making Sense of it All - September 2016

In this resource sieholmes highlights Digital Promise and how they help to accelerate innovation in education to improve opportunities to learn. They are striving to close the digital learning gap and bring opportunities to all learners.

 

Power Up to Innovative Learning - July 2016

This post by holmesg highlights an opportunity to use your innovative thinking strategies to play Power Up!

 

Learning Pathway: Innovative Idea - July 2016

This mission, created by vkajones, highlights the conversation about innovative ideas and how to implement them in the classroom.

 

ISTE Standards for Students get an Upgrade - June 2016

Informative post by peggygrant gives a summary of how the ISTE standards for students evolved and now includes Innovative Designer as part of their student standards.

 

STEM Snacks: Pokemon Go and Math - August 2016

This fun post by glen_w highlights the Pokemon Go game and how it can motivate learning in the classroom.

 

Get Active: Re imagining Learning Spaces Book Study - April 2016

A book study is an innovative way of learning and this post by stefanie_hausman documents the guidelines of running a successful book study.  This book focuses on the Pedagogy of Active Learning and how it drives transformation, classroom space and how it affects learning your environment and then turning ideas into actions.

 

March Community Roadmap: Personalized Learning with Mobile Technologies - February 2016

In this mission, by stefanie_hausman, we explore what personalized learning means and how is can be infused into the classroom effectively using mobile technologies.

 

Learning that Works - January/November 2015

This document highlights an interdisciplinary project called "It's a Wild Ride" that examines the learning process through the process of designing roller coasters.

 

Edcamp: Participant-Driven Professional Learning - April 2016

melissalim explores the essential of an Edcamp and and what makes it such an innovative learning space for professional development.

 

Gems of 21st Century Skills Part 1: Learning and Innovation - August 2011

vkajones discusses learning and innovation using Partnership of 21st Century Skills.

 

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Below are a list of resources related to the topic of Leadership.

 

Educational Leadership in the 21st Century  - April 2015

Webinar archive exploring three lessons on technology leadership, collaboration tools for leaders, and technology trends.

 

Moving Students From Digital Citizenship To Digital Leadership - October 2015

Highlights a graphic by Sylvia Duckworth illustrating how students need to make the transition from digital citizen to digital leaders.

 

Digital Equity - September 2016

How do you lead your school when it comes to Digital Equity for Learning)?

 

Teaching Kids to Rock the Vote!  - September 2016

Leading by example to show our students the importance of participating in our democracy.

 

The Importance of Leadership in a 1:1 Program Implementation  - October 2013

Webinar highlighting the leadership qualities needed to find success in 1:1 implementation.

 

Archive of Intel Teach Elements Facilitation Resources  - October 2016

julesfischy archives Intel Teach Elements resources including links to Educational Leadership in the 21st Century Syllabus.

 

How K-12 Leaders Can Communicate Their Message the Right Way   - August 2014

mdconley57 highlights strategies school leaders can use from two public relations experts that help determine the best strategies to communicate with members of your school community and build support.

Below are a list of resources related to the topic of Learning With Data and includes discussions, videos, blogs and more.

 

Learning with Data - 3 Ideas for the Elementary Classroom (June 2016)

This post showcases 3 different ideas to assist elementary learners through the data collection and analysis process as well as takes a look at a few articles that support data literacies in the classroom and not just in math class. 

 

Big Query = Analyze Big Data (June 2016)

This resource begins with a tool to help you understand large data sets, analytics, and how to use the data collected in sheets.

 

Resources for Using Data in the Classroom (June 2016)

This post shares a few different tools that students can use to produce data projects in the classroom.

 

Classroom Challenge - Learning with Data:  Are You Using Data to Transform Your Classroom? (June 2016)

This classroom challenge takes a look at online tests and how they can be used to transform classroom learning.

 

Learning with Data - A Chat with Deb (June 2016)

This video resource takes a look at a variety of resource sites for using data with students to teach how to find, chart, graph, and analyze large data.

 

STEM Snacks: Bubble-ology (June 2016)

This activity leads students through an exercise to collect data and looks at how to take students through the process of analyzing the data they collect throughout the exercise.

 

June Community Roadmap: Learning with Data (May 2016)

This community roadmap takes a look at and discusses ideas for incorporating data collection, analysis, and visualization skills in the classroom.

 

Thinking Critically wit Data (March 2015)

This webinar explores the a professional development course designed for teachers and administrators who wish to incorporate opportunities for critical thinking with a focus on digital media and data analysis.

 

Intel Teach Life- May 2013- Using Mobile Devices to Collect Student Data (May 2013)

Here we look at how to begin collecting data on and with students as well as multiple tools and devices used for the collection of classroom data.

 

Infographics: Analyze, Evaluate, Synthesize (April 2013)

This recorded webinar looks how the characteristics of infographics, online resources to create your own infographics as well as how you can leverage student learning visually to analyze data through graphics.

 

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Below are a list of resources related to the topic of Gamification in Education.

 

November Roadmap: Games for Impact (November 2016)

Roadmaps were a created as a way to introduce a concept to Intel Engage Members.  This introduces members to Game Infused Learning and the impact to education.

 

Community Roadmap: Get your Game On! (November 2015)

This roadmap talks about all things gaming and what are the impacts and benefits to gaming in education.

 

Gamify the Classroom (May 2016)

iVelvet poses the question what resources would you share with a teacher exploring gamification in the classroom.

 

Zondle - to Gamify Your Lessons (August 2014)

In this blog post by deb_norton she shares how to use Zondle to support gamification in your classroom.

 

BreakoutEDU - Your Students and Staff Will Love This (April 2016)

In this blog post deb_norton shares how you can get exploring and using BreakoutEDU in your classroom.

 

Mission Math - My First Attempt with PL (March 2016)

In this blog post iVelvet shares her lessons learned with Personal Learning and gamification and encourages others to share their stories.

 

Straight from the Source: Board Games with a Twist (July 2016)

Straight from the Source is a blog series created by sieholmes and jpillmon. This post examines the connections with board games and robotics and the impact in education.

 

Straight From the Source    Volume 1, Issue 6 (June 2016)

This post examines using Breakout EDU in the classroom.

 

Classroom Challenge – Fun Infused Learning: Game On (November 2015)

Classroom Challenges focused on classroom activities that teachers can do to raise awareness on the subject with their students.  This challenge explored gaming and academic achievement.

 

Gamification: Getting it Right (January 2016)

In this webinar Dr. Bron Stuckey explore gamification in education and how you can get it right for your classroom.

 

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Below are a list of resources related to the topic of Digital Citizenship.

 

October Roadmap: Digital Citizenship (October 2016)

Roadmaps were created as a way to introduce a topic of conversation to all Engage members.  This resource created October 2016 gave an overview of Digital Citizenship and resources on how educators can make connections to their classrooms.

 

Community Roadmap: Digital Citizens and Connected Learners (October 2016)

This blog shares the community roadmap resources and overview of Digital Citizenship with content relevant from 2015.

 

Community Roadmap October: Digital Citizens in a Connected World (October 2014)

This blog shares the community roadmap resources and overview of Digital Citizenship with content relevant from 2014.

 

Digital Citizenship Conversations  (October 2016)

deb_norton was an active member of the Intel Engage Leadership team and in October 2016 she created and shared a video blog post sharing conversations that educators should have with students around Digital Citizenship.

 

Powerful Social Media Videos for Digital Citizenship Month (October 2015)

In support of Digital Citizenship in 2015deb_norton created a blog post sharing a collection of videos that educators could use in the classroom to inspire discussions with their students.

 

Digital Passports, a Survival Kit, and a Breakout! (October 2016)

iVelvet and active member of the Intel Engage Leadership team created a blog post sharing resources that she uses with her 3rd and 4th grade students around digital citizenship.

 

What is your Digital Citizenship Resource?  (October 2016)

holmesg, a member of the Intel Engage Leadership Team started a discussion in October 2016 encouraging educators to share their favorite teaching resource for Digital Citizenship.

 

Yes Students Should Use Social Media (But It's Our Job to Show Them How) (October 2016)

In this discussion post MBrownEdTech discusses the role of educators mentoring and modeling for students appropriate social media use and encourages other educators to share their best practices.

 

Connected Classrooms and Global Digital Citizenship (March 2015)

In March of 2015 an educator from Montana shared her story on how she focused on breaking down the four walls of the classroom and connecting virtually.  This was part of the Intel Teach Live Webinar Series.

 

Classroom Challenge – Digital Citizenship: Crossing the Street in a Digital World (October 2015)

Classroom Challenges focused on activities that classroom teachers can do to raise awareness on the subject with their students.  This challenge shared digital citizenship resources and encouraged educators to go through an online experience to earn a digital citizenship certificate.

 

Cut to the Core: Tech Solutions for Common Core - Digital Citizenship and the Common Core (October 2014)

This blog post discussed the role of digital citizenship and made connections to both the Common Core and ISTE standards.  Emphasis in this post was on digital citations and plagiarism.

 

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