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The Tech-Savvy Teacher; Part 1: Collaboration - Connecting with Technology

The Tech-Savvy Teacher; Part 1: Collaboration - Connecting with Technology

The Tech-Savvy Teacher; Part 1: Collaboration - Connecting with Technology

Ms. Rebekah Ruggles
Ms. Rebekah Ruggles
on behalf of Missouri State Teachers Association

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Launch date: 01 Oct 2016
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Last updated: 05 Aug 2020

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Sherry Faulkenberry (26 Apr 2020)
Rebekah shared great ideas on how to use social media with students and parents.
Mr Russell Smithson (30 Jan 2017)
Needs to not read the slides.

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Description

This is the first part in the Tech-Savvy Teacher series. Learners will discover ways to connect with teachers, students, and parents by implementing technology as a collaboration tool.

Objectives

Personal Learning Network (PLN) benefits
To explore the benefits of developing a Personal Learning Network (PLN).
Methods of connecting
To discover methods of connecting with parents using social media.
Comparison of technology tools
To compare tools used to encourage students in collaboration.
Ms. Rebekah Ruggles

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Ms. Rebekah Ruggles
on behalf of Missouri State Teachers Association

Rebekah is a patron services assistant at the Southwest Baptist University Library in Bolivar, MO. She has substituted at several schools in the area and it is her desire to become a middle school FACS teacher. She has a BS in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Middle School Social Sciences and an MS in Curriculum Development from SBU.

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Sherry Faulkenberry (26 Apr 2020)
Rebekah shared great ideas on how to use social media with students and parents.
Mr Russell Smithson (30 Jan 2017)
Needs to not read the slides.

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