Digital Classroom Hardware: Wrap up & Map (7 of 7)

Tying it all together

We have reached the final episode in this series, and as always we are compiling all of the information into a single reference document allowing you to look back or revisit any of the tools we have discussed that can help you as you put together your digital classroom. 

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New tools for the trade

Inherent in the digital classroom is the need to wield some basic devices that allow us to transform live, written, or in-person learning components into accessible and interactive resources. There is a myth that to be an effective online teacher, you must have an array of expensive tools.  After working in remote, distance, or emergency learning for the last year, I would hope that that myth has finally been put to rest.  Over the past school year (and then some), we have done so much for kids and for education in circumstances that are normally less than ideal and with resources that are in many ways inadequate. We’ve learned that there are certain tools that we would like to have or certain tools we would like to have upgraded and resources made available. This series has examined various types or classes of tech/hardware that you may wish to add to your process.  We have attempted to look at a variety of tools and options as well as how some of these tools can be used in multiple or unexpected ways. 

The wrap up

Thank you for joining us on this journey into the tools that may help you in your digital classroom, but it is now time to wrap up this series and collect a few final thoughts before we head to our next series soon.

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