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Tech Tools in the Early Elementary Classrooms

Tech Tools in the Early Elementary Classrooms

Tech Tools in the Early Elementary Classrooms

Jason and Natalie Beach
Jason and Natalie Beach
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

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Normal Price: FREE FREE

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Launch date: 01 Aug 2018
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Last updated: 30 Mar 2020

Reference: 191546

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Latest User Comments

Mrs Brenda O'Dear (26 Aug 2019)
Technology is difficult for me because I did not have access to it in high school. This class has helped me learn more about technology.
Mr Reginald Mosley Ed.S (21 Jun 2019)
The presenters knew their content well in the video. Lots of talking and less demonstration to show novice educators how the programs/devices work. Tech content needs to be narrowed but more time to demonstrate.
Mrs Rachel Heyward (4 Nov 2018)
Overall a very good course. However, a lot of the information presented is for lower elementary.

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Description

Pre-service teachers, in-service teachers and administrators will learn how to implement pedagogy and technology for young students.

Objectives

The participants will learn ways to effectively use technology in classroom management.
The participants will learn ways to effectively use technology in classroom management.
The participants will learn about free and paid software and hardware that can be used with young students.
The participants will learn about free and paid software and hardware that can be used with young students.
The participants will explore funding opportunities.
The participants will explore funding opportunities.
Jason and Natalie Beach

Author Information Play Video Bio

Jason and Natalie Beach
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

Jason Beach Has a Ph.D in Instructional Technology and teaches at Tennessee Tech University. Natalie is a kindergarten teacher in the Putnam County Schools, Tennessee.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Tennessee Academy for School Leaders
  • 1.00 Points -
    Exam Attempts: 2
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    Exam Pass Rate: 80

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User Reviews (3)

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Mrs Brenda O'Dear (26 Aug 2019)
Technology is difficult for me because I did not have access to it in high school. This class has helped me learn more about technology.
Mr Reginald Mosley Ed.S (21 Jun 2019)
The presenters knew their content well in the video. Lots of talking and less demonstration to show novice educators how the programs/devices work. Tech content needs to be narrowed but more time to demonstrate.
Mrs Rachel Heyward (4 Nov 2018)
Overall a very good course. However, a lot of the information presented is for lower elementary.

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