EdTech Gives Insight into ALL Parts of a School

EdTech Gives Insight into ALL Parts of a School

EdTech Gives Insight in ALL Parts of a School If the preview doesn’t load, click here to view the video on YouTube. This VLOG post talks about the impact EdTech has on all parts of a school from operations to academics and leadership. If you want to know about all parts of a school, just follow the technology and ask the EdTech and IT personnel. Source: The […]

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How Has Educational Technology Changed the Way we Learn? – JoomlaLMS Blog

How Has Educational Technology Changed the Way we Learn? – JoomlaLMS Blog

How Has Educational Technology Changed the Way we Learn? I had the honor of being interviewed on Educational Technology by JoomaLMS as part of their Expert Interview Series.  We talked about the impacts of technology on the ways students learn and how teachers teach. I found the questions to be quite thought provoking…I hope you find the same of my answers. To view the full […]

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EdTech and Its Impact on Learning

EdTech and Its Impact on Learning

EdTech and Its Impact on Learning If the preview doesn’t load, click here to view the video on YouTube. This VLOG post outlines the major value of Educational Technology (EdTech) on teaching and learning. I discuss the impact of EdTech on our assumptions around learning and the need to account for and redefine assessment. Source: The EdTech Vlog by Matt Harris, Ed.D.

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Using the ISTE Standards to Develop Program and Capacity Among Your Teachers – NESA 2016

Using the ISTE Standards to Develop Program and Capacity Among Your Teachers – NESA 2016

[PDF] Using the ISTE Standards to Develop Program and Capacity Among Your Teachers – NESA 2016 In this 3 hour workshop, we delve into the teaching and learning elements of Educational Technology then use the ISTE teacher and student standards to design program and capacity amongst teachers in international schools. This session was presented at the NESA conference, 2016.

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TIEOnline: Digital Citizenship as a Bridge to Contemporary Teaching and Learning

TIEOnline: Digital Citizenship as a Bridge to Contemporary Teaching and Learning

I had the pleasure of writing a featured article for The International Educator, a worldwide publication for international schools. My article, Digital Citizenship as a Bridge to Contemporary Teaching and Learning, outlines how the focal areas of Digital Citizenship can be used to connect contemporary skills with traditional content based learning. Click here to read the full article (subscription required).

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What Can Students Learn With Ubiquitous Access to a Personal Learning Device – 2015 IB Dunia Conference

[PDF] What Can Students Learn With a Personalized Learning Device – Matt Harris, Ed.D. I presented an overview of the potential learning outcomes found in 1:1 laptop programs, including both academic and non-academic student learning outcomes. Presented at the IB Dunia Conference in 2015.

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Digital Citizenship is the Bridge to Contemporary Teaching and Learning

Digital Citizenship is the Bridge to Contemporary Teaching and Learning

I have vivid memories of my doctoral studies when we talked about the antiquated educational approach of putting students in rows. The practice was designed to acculturate and prepare future factory workers. It was used as a counter example to the needs of good teaching practice in the 21st century. Of course, we never talked about the reality of contemporary society and the fact that […]

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Celebrate Failing

Celebrate Failing

I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work. Thomas A. Edison I had a busy summer professionally (and personally, really). I got to attend several conferences where I connected with a ton of educators across the US and around the. I was at ISTE, the Lausanne Learning Institute, ASCD’s Leaders 2 Leaders conference, and the Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) Institute in […]

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What Can Students Learn With Ubiquitous Access to a Personal Learning Device – 2013 LLI

[PDF] 2013 LLI – What Can Students Learn With Ubiquitous Access to a Personal Learning Device – Matt Harris, EdD I presented an overview of the potential learning outcomes found in 1:1 laptop programs, including both academic and non-academic student learning outcomes. Presented at the Lausanne Learning Institute in 2013.

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Teaching Information Literacy to All Students K-12 – 2013 LLI

[PDF] 2013 LLI – Teaching Information Literacy to All Students K-12 – Matt Harris, EdD An update to my presentation on practical and theoretical components of teaching information literacy to all students in pre-school, primary/elementary, and secondary/middle-high school. Presented at the Lausanne Learning Institute in 2013.

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