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20 Awesome Ways to Use Technology in the Classroom Tomorrow

20 Awesome Ways to Use Technology in the Classroom Tomorrow

By Whooo’s Reading Blog Team

Educational technology doesn’t have to be complicated, scary or time-consuming. In fact, sometimes showing a YouTube video at the beginning of a lesson or taking a dance party break with Pandora is all your students need to stay engaged and excited.

Here are 20 ways to start using technology in the classroom tomorrow.

1. Play an interactive, educational game as a class. (EdTechReview)

2. Start your lesson with a TED Talk. (Educannon)

3. Liven up your classroom with the Teacher Sounds app. (Blog.Learn2Earn)

4. Have a dance party to celebrate good behavior. (TeacherHub)

5. Track the classroom noise level with Too Noisy! (Blog.Learn2Earn)

6. Create your lesson presentation with Prezi. (Edu.Prezi)

7. Organize your classroom with a seating-chart app. (Education World)

8. Ask for student feedback with a Google Form. (Blog.Learn2Earn)

9. Play scenes from the movie version of a book you’re reading for comparing and contrasting. (GEI Endorsed)

10. Start your own classroom blog in one afternoon. (DigitalChalk)

20 Awesome Ways to Use Technology in the Classroom Tomorrow

11. Use a YouTube video as a “primer” for your lesson to get students excited. (LearningBird)

12. Watch clips from Seven Digital Deadly Sins as a digital citizenship lesson. (Blog.Learn2Earn)

13. Listen to free audio books together as a class. (TeachHub)

14. Record your next lesson with Smart Voice Recorder. (LearnBop)

15. Help students find their next book with What Should I Read Next. (Blog.Learn2Earn)

16. Create an educational playlist to introduce a new topic. (Edutopia)

17. Browse Twitter for current events and their accompanying hashtags. (EdTech Digest)

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18. Bring your lesson into real-world context with an article from TIME for Kids. (Blog.Learn2Earn)

19. Facilitate a peer review exercise with Google Docs. (TopHat)

20. Take a virtual tour of the White House. (Blog.Learn2Earn)

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