Teaching with Tech: Ohio’s Standards
Many teachers are probably already fulfilling a number of Ohio’s new Learning Standards for Technology, although they may not be aware of the fact. With practical insights from educators successfully integrating the standards, as well as the Department of Education, these videos provides the groundwork for you to understand what you are already accomplishing, as well as how you can achieve more.
Eighth graders explore how to use technology to make a positive change in the world.
LaBrae Middle School seventh graders develop their own solutions to problems.
Second graders at Williamson Elementary work in groups to create “video dictionaries.”
Eastwood Elementary kindergartners use apps including Osmo and Book Creator.
Students take video storytelling on the road in a van equipped for remote production.
Learning stations powered by technology help ALL Lee Eaton Elementary sixth graders.
First grade students at United Elementary use tablets to research penguins.
Students in a Spanish 3 class form families and create websites featuring the characters.
Students use problem-based learning to create an app to help fight the heroin epidemic.
Fifth grade students use robots to learn about concepts like speed and Newton’s Law.
Fourth Grade students create an interactive “Landform Museum.”
Third grade students create non-fiction books based on the novel The Rats of Nimh.
This video provides information about Ohio’s new Learning Standards for Technology.