Category: Teaching

5 Innovative Tech Projects for High Schoolers

Great end-of-year projects for high school students, from the Ask a Tech Teacher team:

5 Innovative Tech Projects for High Schoolers

Project-based learning has gained significant popularity in recent times. Emerging as a creative and insightful way for youngsters to learn and practically implement their knowledge, the idea of project-based learning has been encouraged and applauded by teachers worldwide. In fact, students who make use of this technique tend to retain content 22% better than traditional learning.

Many middle and high schools have started incorporating project work into their curriculum, enabling students to learn concepts faster and apply them to real-world scenarios. However, this shift often perplexes students when choosing the perfect project options. Let’s explore a few options. (more…)

What You Might Have Missed in January–What’s up in February

Here are the most-read posts for the past month:

  1. Top Ten Articles, Tips, and Reviews for 2023
  2. Tech Tip #8–Print a selection off a webpage
  3. Free MLK Lesson Plans
  4. Tons of Online Resources About Classroom Management
  5. Implementing Mindfulness Practices in Schools
  6. 13 Websites to Learn Everything About Landforms
  7. National Handwriting Day
  8. 5 Internet Safety Tips for Teachers
  9. What Happens When Technology Fails? 3 Work-Arounds
  10. A Holiday Memory in Word or KidPix

Here’s a preview of what’s coming up:

  1. Online resources about puzzles
  2. Online video resources for math
  3. How to check your math in a spreadsheet
  4. Tech Tip: My keyboard doesn’t work
  5. 100th Day of School
  6. 16 Tech Problems every 5th grader can solve
  7. Engineering Week
  8. Online graphic resources
  9. 13 tips to solve unusual problems
  10. Dr. Seuss–Techie style

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How I Merge and Manage Assignments for My Students: Some Examples

Want to know how I handle and combine assignments for my students? From the Ask a Tech Teacher crew, here are some real-life examples.

How I Merge and Manage Assignments for My Students: Some Examples

Teaching is not all about delivering lectures to students. In addition to this, you also need to make sure all your students can access their assignments without any hassle.

Yes, it is right!

Managing assignments for my students became a challenging task for me. This situation has sparked my curiosity to find the best way to manage assignments for my class students. During that journey, I discovered the power of these PDF assignments. This solution has streamlined the entire process of managing academic assignments.

Are you an educator looking for an innovative way to merge and manage assignments for students? You are in the right place! In today’s post, I am going to show you how I excelled in this task. I will also provide some examples. Here you go!

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What You Might Have Missed in December–What’s up in January

Here are the most-read posts for the month of December:

  1. The Role of Assistive Technology in Promoting Inclusive Education
  2. Here’s Why Your Kids Should Participate in Extracurricular Activities
  3. Coding Activities by Grade
  4. 9 Unusual Hour of Code Projects
  5. 5 Unplugged Hour of Code Activities
  6. 12 Ways to Update Your Online Presence
  7. 8+ Ways to Speed Up Your Computer
  8. How to Backup and Image Your Computer
  9. Three Projects to Kick Off the Holidays
  10. Using ChatGPT to Revolutionize PE Teaching: 5 Expert Strategies!

Here’s a preview of what’s coming up this month:

  1. Top articles, tips, reviews for 2023
  2. Free Lesson Plan: Holiday Memory in Word or KidPix
  3. Subscriber Special
  4. Free Lesson Plan: MLK Day
  5. Tech Tips
  6. Tons of online resources about classroom management
  7. 14 Websites About Landforms
  8. 13 Online Resources About Farms
  9. National Handwriting Day
  10. 11 Online Resources About Puzzles

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Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-18 technology for 30 years. She is the editor/author of over a hundred tech ed resources including a K-12 technology curriculum, K-8 keyboard curriculum, K-8 Digital Citizenship curriculum. She is an adjunct professor in tech ed, Master Teacher, webmaster for four blogs, an Amazon Vine Voice, CSTA presentation reviewer, freelance journalist on tech ed topics, contributor to NEA Today, and author of the tech thrillers, To Hunt a Sub and Twenty-four Days. You can find her resources at Structured Learning.

What You Might Have Missed in November–What’s up in December

Here are the most-read posts for the month of November:

  1. ASCII Art–Computer Art for Everyone
  2. 25 Online Resources About Brainstorming and Mindmapping
  3. Tech Tip #26: My Mouse Doesn’t Work
  4. Left-brain or Right-brain Dominant? Explore the Ideal Subjects to Nurture your Strengths
  5. Geography Awareness Week: November 13-17, 2023
  6. Understanding Behavioral Learning Theory & Its Applications In The Classroom
  7. 14 Apps and 2 Projects for Thanksgiving
  8. Pros And Cons of AI in Education

Here’s a preview of what’s coming up in December:

  1. The Subscriber Special–freebies for coding
  2. Holiday projects
  3. Our holiday break–we’ll return early January

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Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-18 technology for 30 years. She is the editor/author of over a hundred tech ed resources including a K-12 technology curriculum, K-8 keyboard curriculum, K-8 Digital Citizenship curriculum. She is an adjunct professor in tech ed, Master Teacher, webmaster for four blogs, CSTA presentation reviewer, freelance journalist on tech ed topics, contributor to NEA Today, and author of the tech thrillers, To Hunt a Sub and Twenty-four Days. You can find her resources at Structured Learning.