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Using 21st Century Technology to Educate

The Tech Savvy School Leader

fosters an environment conducive to the realization of the shared vision for technology integration

and ensures that appropriate technologies are integrated to maximize teaching and learning.


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Useful Programs in Education


Google Classroom

Discovery Education



Free Programs

Google Chrome has all the office type programs free of charge

Free html text editor for making WebQuest (use with template)

Free Online Books: Novels

Prezi online presentation creator


How Students Learn

Comedy: 5 Minute University


Integrating Technology into the Classroom using Instructional Strategies
based on the research from:
Classroom Instruction that Works

by Robert J. Marzano, Debra J. Pickering, Jane E. Pollock

Marzano Strategies

Mrs. King's Classroom

Kaplan K-12 Programs


Student Online Achievement Resources: Free for military families


Flipping the Classroom

Video Lectures Programs
Bozeman Science: Paul Anderson Brevard Resources
Kahn Academy: Virtual Lessons Camtasia Studio
PhET Virtual Labs Screencast-o-matic
 Virtual Instruction in Brevard Screenflow


What does 21st Century Technology look like?

Blogs, Wikis, Widgets, Websites, Email, Podcasts, Video Conferencing, Virtual Labs





Working in Tandem in the Classroom

Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8100 1920 x 1080 LCD projector - HD 1080p - 1800 ANSI lumens

21St Century Technology




Audio to Easyteach



Bloom's Taxonomy

Bloom's Taxonomy was revised by a group of cognitive psychologists in the 1990's for its use in 21st Century Technology.

Our goal is for students and educators to utilize the higher levels of the taxonomy.

Bloom's vs. Costa's

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Common Description

Costa’s Levels of Intellectual Functioning


define, label, repeat, record, list, recall, memorize, relate, name


restate, discuss, describe, recognize, explain, express, identify, locate, report, review

Gathering Information


tell, recall, define, observe, identify, describe, recognize, demonstrate,  connect, count, list, match, label, name, select, discuss



demonstrate, dramatize, practice, operate, imply, schedule, apply, illustrate, translate, interpret


debate, diagram, distinguish, compare, question, inventory, differentiate, criticize, solve, experiment

Thinking about the  Information


sort, infer, analyze,  sequence, organize, distinguish, solve, explain, compare, contrast, group, classify, construct, relate, determine, differentiate, deduce, isolate,  specify, characterize, make analogies, reason,


compose, design, propose, arrange, formulate, organize, assemble, prepare, construct


judge, rate, predict, assess, choose, evaluate, estimate, select, value, measure

Applying the Information to New Situations and Making Judgments


conclude, criticize, reconstruct, reorganize, justify, judge, evaluate, imagine, predict, speculate, forecast, estimate, create, modify, generalize, theorize, make a model, extrapolate, apply a principal, interpret, hypothesize, if/then


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Costa's Levels of Questions are used in AVID strategies to promote rigor



Cyber Safety

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Beyond PowerPoint Educational Tech Blogs
Brevard Technology Resources Podcasting
Classroom Technology Resources Sample Parent Survey
Creating and Connecting Survey Monkey
Discovery Education Technology Leader


  Last modified: June 27, 2015