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15 Tech Skills for Teachers to Learn This Summer

15 Tech Skills for Teachers to Learn This Summer

By Whooo’s Reading Blog Team

Summer is a time to relax, enjoy the sunshine… and prepare for next year. Spend a few hours a week improving your technology skills—you and your students will be thankful. 


How to make more engaging presentations.  

With so many digital tools at your fingertips, there’s no excuse for a snoozefest presentation.

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How to create and edit audio.

Recording is a fun way for students to improve their reading skills. Learn how to run your phone recorder and edit the audio so you can teach your students to do the same.

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How to vlog.

You can use vlogging to engage students or record your lessons for review and assessment later. It’s a great skill to have in your toolbox.

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How to better track student reading.

Knowing what students are reading will allow you to be a better teacher and help students stay on track with goals and standard requirements.

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How to differentiate learning with technology.

Differentiation allows you to reach every child, giving them a chance to learn in their own way, at their own pace.

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How to make your classroom library interactive.

Even the addition of a computer or tablet in your classroom library to track lending and allow students to research new books would be a positive step in the right direction.

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How to transition to online homework.

It makes your life and the lives of your students much easier. It’s all about organization and consistency.

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How to use social media in the classroom.

You don’t have to jump in head first, but learning the the in’s and out’s of social media in the classroom is a good use of summer learning time.

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How to run a Mystery Skype session.

Mystery Skype is exciting for students, and puts a variety of important skills to the test—questioning, research and deductive reasoning. This summer, discover out how to find Mystery Skype opportunities, get set up and more.

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How to start a classroom blog.

Students can publish their work, you can improve communication with parents, and much more.

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How to create tech-based lessons.

Learn how to organize your lesson plans around technology, not to simply include it as an afterthought.

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How to code—basic skills.

Many students are interested in coding, and you have to know the basic skills to bring it into your classroom.

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How to combine reading and video.

Students will love recording themselves reading or using video to create a 21st-century book report. Reading is arguably one of the most important skills for a student to learn—make it memorable and exciting.

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How to bring digital citizenship into the classroom.

Students need to learn how to act appropriately and safely online. Digital citizenship-based lessons will help you teach them these important skills.

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How to personalize learning.

You need to the right tools and data tracking abilities to make personalized learning effective.

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