- Mobile Learning- Find activities in my book, Learning to Go! For my bookmarks check out ShellyTerrell.com/mlearning.
- Learning Missions- Check out my new book in 2017, Hacking Digital Learning: 10 Missions That Skyrocket Achievement in Any Class! In the meantime, check out this post.
- The future of technology lies in virtual reality, augmented reality, wearables, and gesture-based technology, which I’m excited about because it means people will live more active, healthy lives. Check out ShellyTerrell.com/cooltech for ideas and resources.
- Game Creation- Try Hopscotch, TinyTap (iOS/Android), Scratch MIT, Zondle, GetKahoot, Stencyl, SketchNation, GameSalad, Purpose Games, ClassTools, Game Maker Studio, Sploder, Gamestar Mechanic, X-Note, What2Learn, Kodu, GamePress, Adventure Games, and Textbased Adventures. For more resources and ideas check out ShellyTerrell.com/games.
- Comics- My favorite comic creators are Makebeliefs, ToonDoon, Friendstrip, Comics Head, and Pixton (Web/iOS/Android). For more resources and ideas check out ShellyTerrell.com/comics.
- Infographics- Students can create infographics using Piktochart, Infogram, Adioma, Visme, Smores, Canva, or Genial.ly. For resources check out and ideas ShellyTerrell.com/infographics.
- Citizenship- For resources and ideas check out ShellyTerrell.com/citizenship.
- Problem Based Learning- For resources and ideas check out TeacherRebootCamp.com/pbl.
- Digital Portfolios- Check out this post with ideas and examples from my students.
- Sketchnoting- Syliva Duckworth has a new book with her sketchnotes. You can follow her @SylivaDuckworth. Also, check out this video tutorial where she walks you through the process.
- Coding- For resources and ideas follow these hashtags #coding, #kidscancode, #code, and #hourofcode. Also, check out this Edshelf of coding resources.
- Social Bookmarking- Get students to bookmark their research with these free tools and apps like Diigo, Pearltrees, Storify, Pinterest, Livebinders, and Educlipper. For more resources and ideas check out ShellyTerrell.com/research.
- Global Projects- Skype or do a Youtube live event with classes worldwide. To connect with other classes try Skype Education, Epals, or Quadblogging. For more resources and ideas check out Teacherrebootcamp.com/survivaltips/globalprojects.
- Makerspaces- For resources check out this awesome Edshelf of resources.Many makerspaces include 3D printers, which really inspire students to solve problems. Read about the college student who 3D printed his own braces for less than $60.
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Shelly Terrell is an education consultant, technology trainer, and author. Read more at teacherrebootcamp.com.