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COOL Trainings and Workshops


Enhancing Instruction with Technology Workshop - March 2017


COOL School Technologies facilitated a session titled Using Technology to Differentiate Instruction with Free Tools at Oakland University's Enhancing Instruction with Technology Conference on March 4, 2017. Participants had an opportunity to get hands-on experience with free web tools and discuss how to integrate them into their classroom lessons. "I loved that there were several specific suggestions given with links and examples of how to use them. I felt like I could go back to my classroom and use several of these."
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Differentiation in Literacy for Free - May 2016
Learn about engaging free web 2.0 tools to enhance your lessons while providing alternate pathways to success for students. Discussion of a differentiation model and Triple E Framework. Conference Lead Presenter.

 

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EdCamp Detroit
Presented several engaging free web-based tools. Facilitated discussion, presented, and shared with fellow educators on the best FREE tools.

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Playing With Toys: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving with Technology
Presentation assessed individual technology skills, explored the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) and Puentedura’s Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition (SAMR) technology integration model.

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Archdiocese of Detroit-Oakland County
Presented several engaging free web-based tools and facilitated discussion with approximately 70 Principals from the Archdiocese of Detroit.

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AFT-Detroit
Introduction to Prezi

Ralph Bunche Elementary-Ecorse Public Schools
Engaging Free Web 2.0 Tools for Instruction

EdCamp Schoolcraft
Using Voice Thread to prepare for Performance Tasks

MACUL Conference 2015
Differentiated Instruction Using Free Web Tools in Literacy
Presented by COOL Founder: Ashara Shepard