Jeremy Kaiser
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Technology Assessments at the High School Level

Started Aug 18, 2010 0 Replies

Anyone out there who is currently using a "standardized" technology assessment at the high school level. I have been given the task of putting together a pre/post assessment for this school year that…Continue

Looking for expert advice

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremy Kaiser Jan 30, 2010. 4 Replies

I am currently a part of a committee at our school that is trying to put together a tech curriculum. We are attempting to put together a scope and sequence plan for K-12. I am primarily working on…Continue

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I am interested in how to use technology to teach the next generation the skills they need to be successful.

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6 Ways to use

Posted on February 14, 2011 at 1:15pm 0 Comments

Last Friday, I ran across a blog post on Free Tech for Teachers about an app called I started to mess around with the app and was blown away by how easy it was. Using, I posted a document to the web about as quick as I could cut and paste the text. Within a few minutes, I had what was formerly a word document published with it’s own…


Animal Farm debate on Youtube

Posted on December 3, 2010 at 3:11pm 1 Comment

I am working with a group of students on a Youtube debate project. We are reading Animal Farm. Today, the students chose a character from the story and presented their viewpoint on what is happening in the story from their character's point of view. I am looking for some willing participants, who have read the book, to leave some video comments for the students. I am hoping to show them that by doing this kind of project, they really are speaking to a… Continue

5 must haves to make videos with students

Posted on October 28, 2010 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Movie production in the classroom can be a scary thing for many teachers, and to be honest, I have seldom done a video project with students where I was in total control. There is always something that I didn’t know or think about. However, I have done enough projects now to have some idea of what to expect. Having certain tools handy will certainly make the whole process run smoother, making those bumps that

do come up seem much…


Make PowerPoint an experience for students

Posted on August 18, 2010 at 1:31pm 0 Comments

I just sat through a webinar with Tom Kuhlmann, the author of The Rapid E-Learning Blog. The particular name of this webinar was “Don’t let the experts tell you PowerPoint sucks.” There were some good ideas presented, but more than anything, it made me think of how we use PowerPoint in the…


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