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Learning theory shows that one of the keys to successful learning is engagement.  Using Schlechty's "8 Qualities of Engagement" as a framework, Tony Vincent outlines 21 technology tools educators can use in the classroom, not only for instructional purposes, but also as alternate forms of students assessment.  This session promotes learning with live participant blogging.




  1. Contribute to a wiki
  2. Read and write to a live blog
  3. Collaborate using a Google spreadsheet
  4. Bring YouTube into the classroom
  5. Assign roving reporters
  6. Students create podcasts
  7. Create interactive maps
  8. Create online quizzes
  9. Connect to the world through Skype
  10. Make flash cards for phones and iPods
  11. Publish a website for mobile phones
  12. Collect and rank questions, ideas, and suggestions
  13. Make comic strips
  14. Create talking pictures
  15. Co-create rubrics for projects
  16. Make an interactive timeline
  17. Give choice of end products
  18. Teachers create podcasts
  19. Go behind the scenes of a wiki
  20. Host game shows
  21. Celebrate learning with jazzy slide shows

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