Webinar date: Thursday, February 19 2015, 10:30 AM
Reading research papers (and writing them) can seem artificial, even boring. But by using the cloud, teachers can implement more authentic, research-based projects that allow students to not only hone research skills, but also implement 21st century skills demanded in the world outside of the classroom. By deconstructing a project completed in an Ohio classroom, webinar participants will learn new strategies and be introduced to a variety of cloud-based tools to use when conducting research-based projects with students. Tools included: GoogleApps, Diigo, Symbaloo, Blackboard, and various presentation programs.
Use this url to bookmark or link to Re-Imagining the Research Paper: https://www.infohio.org/document-library/item/lwi20150219.
Carly Ghantous is an Educational Technology Trainer at Learn21 and a high school English teacher. She teaches traditional and technology-infused English courses at Sycamore High School in Cincinnati and works with local school districts to train staff in using educational technology tools in the classroom. In her six years at Sycamore, Carly has been very involved in the technology initiatives within the school. Carly is married and has two young children that take up most of her time outside of the classroom.
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