Guide for Conversing with Parents About Learning with Technology
Your Edtech Conversation Guide, a free downloadable resource from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), is the definitive handbook for changing the conversation with parents about how students are learning with the use of technology. The guide offers educators tips for sharing their vision of using technology in the classroom, creative strategies for engaging parents, a worksheet to help them tell their story, and ideas for deepening learning using technology.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative brings together educators, researchers, and product developers to build tools such as the AlongTeacher–Student Connection Builder that helps teachers differentiate learning experiences equitably and foster strong connections with their students.
Genially is, at its core, a slide presentation tool, and although many such tools are available, this one stands out by making its creations interactive. Rather than flipping through a slideshow, students become more engaged with the content, so they are actively learning as they progress through the presentation.
Kami is a digital classroom space that teachers and students can use to access resources, create and submit projects, and more. Everything is cloud-based and integrates with other platforms to allow for access across devices and locations.