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Bringing Real-World Experiences to the Classroom

Epi 53 Real-World Opportunities into the classroom

GotTechED the Podcast Episode #53

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In this episode of GotTechED the Podcast we discuss:

  • The characteristics of Real-World Opportunities
  • Real-World Opportunities activities
  • Edtech that help with the integration of Real-World Opportunities into the classroom

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Segment 1: Real-world Opportunities for your students

Segment 2: Next Steps AKA Project Ideas

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This weeks question is:

Question: What educational opportunities have you provided your students that go outside of the brick and mortar classroom?

Need a Presenter?

As experienced presenters and content creators, you can contact Nick and Guise to speak at your school, event, or conference. They can customize a workshop that meets your organization’s unique time and content needs. While no topic is out of bounds, GotTechED is best known for sessions on:

  • 1:1 Chromebook Integration
  • EdTech Throwdown
  • TargetED Learning
  • Gamification (Badge Systems)
  • Game-Based Learning (Escape Rooms, Amazing Race, and more)
  • Google apps and extensions
  • Personalized learning and Choice Boards
  • Teacher productivity (Lesson Planning, Online Grading. and Feedback)
  • Digital content creation
  • Student Podcasting
  • Screencasting
  • Flipped Classroom
  • Student-Centered Learning

About the author, Eric

Eric Guise is a media specialist and technology coach with more than a decade of experience as a teacher.

Eric was named the 2016 Biology Teacher of Year by the New Jersey Biology Teachers Association and is currently pursuing an EdD in Leadership in Digital Transformation in Educational Technology.

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