Lutheran Educators Conference in Palm Desert, CA. One of the sessions I lead introduces new or existing technology tools that support student learning. This is a tricky session to lead since there are so many tools available and I only become aware of a subset of these tools given my current roles and responsibilities.
I was reminded over dinner last night of engaging the wisdom of the masses. Longtime friend Dennis Grice mentioned a service called EDPuzzle, which he has been studying. Essentially this service enables an educator to crop and annotate video content found online to create lessons and activities within the context of the video. It looks like an excellent tool for flipped classroom experiences.
Here I was, thinking through what new tools and services I could share, when I was reminded that I have the experiences of all my Lutheran school and education colleagues from which to draw. Certainly you as readers of this blog have some new "must share" ideas for your colleagues in California.
So how about it? What are some emerging tools and services that you find useful in the classroom? What do the good folks of the Pacific Southwest District need to see? Fee free to share your thoughts as a comment to this post.