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21st Century Learning: Sparking Student Excitement in the Secondary Classroom Session #2  

Participants will learn ways that digital resources can eliminate boundaries, excite imagination, and engage minds. They will leave this session with innovative tools that can support content curriculum and Technology Application TEKS.
Last Updated: Feb 7, 2012 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Click to Access TodaysMeet

Connect with your students during teacher-led discussions by providing an opportunity for real-time, online conversations to take place. This backchannel allows students to share their questions and feedback without interrupting the primary discussion. Provides teachers with immediate feedback so that instruction can be monitored and adjusted "on the spot".

YouTube Video - TodaysMeet Getting Started

YouTube Video - TodaysMeet The Basics


Poll Everywhere

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Poll Everywhere replaces expensive audience response hardware with web technology. It's the easiest way to gather live responses - anywhere.


Visual Ranking Tool

Click to Access Visual Ranking Tool

The Visual Ranking Tool brings focus to the thinking behind making ordered lists. Students identify and refine criteria as they assign order or ranking to a list. They must explain their reasoning and can compare their work with each other in a visual diagram. This tool supports activities where students need to organize ideas, debate differences, and reach consensus.


Titan Pad

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A place that allows people to work on one document simultaneously. Each editor is in a different color for referencing. The pad contains a chat feature for discussions.


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