Tech Units and Stories: Find over 20 units, over 100 videos and a variety of handouts that will engage your students

9781517151003: Tech Units and Stories: Find over 20 units, over 100 videos and a variety of handouts that will engage your students

For author Chris Clementi, creating technology integration curricula is a passion. And her passion burns bright in this fun, exciting, and easy-to-use guide for educators.

Tech Units and Stories contains a virtual smorgasbord of multimedia learning tools, combining updatable units on the book’s accompanying website, various technologies imperative to master in today’s high-tech world, numerous videos and handouts, and personal stories that illustrate how the units evolved and will continue to evolve—all to fantastic effect!

Whether you’re a teacher in the classroom, a teacher in training, or a homeschooling parent, this book is a valuable resource for enhancing computer literacy in grades five through twelve. Topics include:

  • Organizational tips
  • Creative writing
  • Visual literacy
  • Google Chrome extensions
  • PowerPoint design
  • Digital footprints
  • Satire
  • Video resumes
  • Online safety

In addition, you’ll find a useful section providing design tips that will assist students in producing educational projects that are as attractive as they are informative.

With Tech Units and Stories, you can easily incorporate engaging technology lessons that will benefit your students throughout their lives.

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About the Author:

Chris Clementi, MEd, has been teaching computer design at Mountain Ridge Middle School in Colorado since 2003. She holds a master’s degree in technology education from Lesley University.

She’s had four of her lessons published in EdTech magazine, covering Internet hoaxes, multimedia projects, global warming, and online culture. She has frequently presented at the Technology in Education Conference in Colorado, and she has trained district staff members in various workshops.

During the summer of 2009, she became a Google Certified Teacher in Boulder, Colorado, and since then she has presented annually at the Google for Education Summit in Colorado.

In conjunction with this and her previous book, Great Ways to Integrate Technology in the Classroom, she offers more than forty Google websites and two hundred videos on YouTube for the education community.

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