#NCSS14: Tasty tech tools that align to the C3 Inquiry Arc
Be warned. This is a post that is nothing but blatant and intentional propaganda. Yup. A quick post about my first session here at the NCSS conference.
The goal of Three Tasty Tech Tools for Integrating the C3 Inquiry Arc is to quickly share a basic structure of what a lesson / unit design might look like when using online tools. My goal is not to suggest that this is the only way for this to look but to simply highlight a few possibilities to jumpstart teacher thinking.
There’s way too many smart teachers out there to think that my stuff is the only way to do things. But I think it’s always fun to share some ideas, chat about some possibilities, and walk away smarter than when we walked in.
So . . . if you’re interested, I’ve posted a link to my presentation and to some of the stuff that we talked about.
- Get a PDF of the presentation here.
- Download the first image here and the second image here.
- Google Earth
- Canva online
- Canva example
- Canva app
- Adobe Voice
You might also be interested in a couple of resource rich sites that others have found useful: