Tuesday, September 23, 2008

teachers using technology

~cross-posted at: http://mstaylorsthirdgradeclass.blogspot.com/~

I am honored to work not only with fellow Global Learners but many other teachers who make 21st century learning a priority in their classrooms. As teachers in my school get introduced to new forms of technology they are impressed, inspired, and motivated to incorporate it into their classrooms and professional practices. In turn, I am inspired by their ideas and creativity with how to do it!

At Alsup, my team of fellow third grade teachers uses many forms of technology on a regular basis; the laptop carts, Discovery Education Streaming, websites, clickers, and document cameras. They are curious about wikis and blogs and would love their own websites. They find out more about these on their own and even try them out.

Laurie Arnold has created a student blog called Third Grade Bloggers that her students used last year and she plans to use it again this year. Brianna Sealy is always using video clips to support her teaching and she utilizes clickers with ease. Katie Coggin has started using the laptop cart during Writing and utilizes many math web based activities with her class. These are just a few of the many ways these teachers and others at my school have been proactively teaching with techonolgy.

Do teachers you work with utilize technology in their classrooms?


Kelly Berry said...

It's great to see what we can inspire other teachers to create and produce using technology! What's better is when they begin to inspire us with their technology skills in return!

Joseph Miller said...

What a fantastic team at 3rd grade at Alsup. I am increasingly feeling like we are nearing the tipping point for 21st century teaching and learning in our district. Thanks for the hard work.


PS I added Laurie's class blog to my RSS feed for Global Learners. She is now an honorary member.