Common Core and Ed Tech

Common Core and Ed Tech is where innovative teachers go to find information about practical, classroom-tested ed tech resources to transform student learning. Key to Common Core (and all learning!) is the integration of skills that encourage collaboration, problem solving and creativity. Student technology use is essential in developing these skills. Keep up to date about new tools, and share your thoughts and practices with others each time you visit our site. Authored by Karen Larson, Academic Technology Specialist with the Santa Clara County Office of Education, and Gene Tognetti, vice principal of St. Leo the Great School. Both sit on the Board of Directors of Silicon Valley CUE (Computer Using Educators).

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Posts by Common Core and Ed Tech

Project Based Learning tips and tricks

I was recently alerted to a great post by Danny Rabara -- Project Based Learning tips and tricks (25 of them!). Lots of good ideas about […]

Top April posts including STEM, Formative assessment, Chromebooks, Tech in Lit Circles and others!

Integrating STEM with Physical Education Keyboarding tools on the web to support CC stds! Technology as a Tool for Formative Assessment Chromebooks in 7th grade […]

Top Posts - March 2016

Here are the top posts for March! Thanks for reading! Integrating STEM with Physical Education SmartBrief Ed Tech Tip: Using Web Walls for Collaborative […]

February Top Posts!

Here's ccedtech's top posts from February, 2016! Using Web Walls for Collaborative Learning Google Classroom info and tips (from T. Watanabe) Integrating STEM with Physical Education […]

Help a grad student by completing a short survey

I'm helping a Northeastern University graduate student distribute her edtech survey that is part of her master's degree requirements. Can you take 5 minutes to […]

It's not too late - judge some student videos for Next Vista for Learning

Wanted to get a quick post out about this contest - there is still time to help support the students that have created educational videos […]

NUMBERROCK Music Videos Approach Math from a New Angle

Note: This post was written and submitted by NUMBERROCK. We thank them for sharing their product with us. NUMBEROCK is an ongoing project producing free […]

Google Classroom info and tips- repost from T. Watanabe's blog!

Here's an excellent post with lots of information - practical ideas, how to's and tips - on integrating Google Classroom into your curriculum. Thanks to […]

BYOD Brings New Possibilities

The advent of 21st century learning, the call for the use of technology in the common core standards, and the new standardized testing required have […]

SmartBrief Education Tech Tip: Using Web Walls for Collaborative Learning

Here's a recent post by Gene Tognetti about using Web Walls for Collaborative Learning that appeared in SmartBlog Education's Tech Tips. Padlet is the tool  we wrote […]

Balefire labs - find educational apps to augment learning!

We've written before about Balefire Labs, an excellent resource to find educational apps evaluated based upon actual research-based learning criteria. They're approaching 5000 reviews, so […]

Repost SmartBrief Education: Use Twitter to Share Great Moments of Learning

Here's a repost from SmartBrief Education - Tech tip using Twitter to Share Great Moments of Learning by our own Karen Larson! This post originally appeared […]

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