• It isn’t really about the tool it is about how you use it
    • Differentiate: Provide lots of different avenues for teachers to learn. Create visual handouts, offer group training, create video screencasts and provide one-on-one instruction.
    • Don’t be the only teacher: Encourage teachers to work together and coach each other. Get students involved, let the kids be the teachers and provide opportunities for them to help their teachers out.
    • Enlist your PLN: Reach out to your PLN for support and ideas
    • Respect the expertise of your colleagues.
    • Acknowledge your teachers’ anxiety and expertise
    • Start with the early adopters: If you are new to a school and are trying to make change, start with the easy folks, the ones who want your help.
    • Don’t beat yourself up about the hardcore resisters. There are some people that you just can’t change
    • Observe your colleagues: If you can, try to get in and observe classes at your school. Go in without an agenda
    • Don’t touch the mouse: Tie your arm behind your back if you have to, but try not to take over mousing for your teachers

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.