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10 Great Activities for Early Finishers in Technology My students work at vastly different paces so it is always a challenge to decide what the early finishers should do. Here is a list of 10 great activities for your early finishers that aren't just time wasters but will actually work to build their technology skills.

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9 Fundamental Digital Skills for 21st Century Teachers

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TECH LESSON BUNDLE: Set 1 {6 Technology Lessons}

These technology lessons cover relevant topics that students love: designing their own home, Snapchat's "privacy" policy, logo design, animation, eco cars, and song creation!

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10 Essential iPad Skills for Teachers (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning)

January 4, 2017 iPad has been increasingly adopted as an instructional tool in classrooms especially in the north American context. As a versatile device, iPad provides boundless learning and... ....r

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Keyboard Shortcuts for PC

Bright attractive display to support your technology lessons. Includes 16 headers with common keyboard shortcuts for PC users. $

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Digital STEM Challenges

Digital STEM Challenges. STEM goes digital with these fun and engaging design challenges. 10 websites and 90 challenges perfect for grades 3 and up. If you are in a paperless classroom or 1:1 with laptops or Chromebooks then these are ideal for you, but can also be used during computer lab time or with the laptop cart.

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Google Drive Rubrics Add-on Guide

This resource shows teachers how to create, complete and send rubrics to students using an add-on for Google Docs called Teacher Rubrics.

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The Digital Research Process Visually Explained

The Digital Research Process Visually Explained (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning)

The Digital Research Process Visually Explained

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Teaching Media Literacy Skills to 21st Century Students

In today's fast paced technology focused world we need to give students the tools to process all of the information they are exposed to each day. Students do not receive all of their information through books anymore, they have moved into using digital tools to find out about topics. It is important that educators help students navigate through this new digital world they belong to with purposeful digital citizenship and media awareness lessons.

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