[UPDATED 1/6/18] I end each episode by saying, “using technology isn’t difficult. Just give it a try.” In this episode, I interviewed Andria Trivisonno, formerly of Tackk. Tackk allowed users to create, quick, great looking, and EASY make webpages that are great for teachers and students. Tacks had a number of great uses and Andria highlighted them!
Andria Trivisonno was the Marketing Team Leader for Tackk. Andria is a graduate of Ohio University and previously worked in higher education for Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions.
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On March 1, 2014 my wife and I attended the West Essex Technology Symposium
(WETech) at West Essex Regional HS. In this episode’s thought I share my thoughts and reflect on this free day of professional development. The keynote speaker was Dr. Joyce Valenza
of the Rutgers School of Communication and Information. I attended Promoting Excellence In Education Through Social Media
and Don’t Just Publish it…Broadcast it!!!
These sessions were presented by Bill Krakower
and Scott Rocco
and Jeff Bradbury
, respectively. My wife, a high school media specialist, attended a session on library maker spaces conducted by Laura Fleming
Rubrics are a necessary tool for assessing student work. Rubrics make grading easier and when given to students a rubric helps to guide them in their work and lets them know exactly how they will be measured on a given task. Here are five rubric creation tools, originally posted on eLearningIndustry.com
, that you should check out:
- Teachnology General Rubric Maker
- Annenberg Learner Build a Rubric
- Essay Tagger Common Core Rubric Creation Tool
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