- Series: Hack Learning Series (Book 13)
- Paperback: 198 pages
- Publisher: Times 10 Publications (September 16, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0998570540
- ISBN-13: 978-0998570549
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 15 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #681,948 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions in Your Classroom (Hack Learning Series) (Volume 13) Paperback – September 16, 2017
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"In Hacking Digital Learning Strategies, Shelly Sanchez Terrell masterfully explores how to use modern technologies and ideas to create the ultimate learning opportunities. The book is packed with wonderful ideas that are actionable and easy to put into place right away. Whether you're a master teacher looking to add some new and exciting ideas to your class or a new teacher who is looking for ways to engage and support learners, this is the perfect guide and is sure to spark change in your classroom." - Adam Bellow, Co-founder of Breakout EDU
"Shelly Terrell's importance should not be underestimated - she is an inspirational force within the global education community. Her new book is therefore bound to be a great success. It focuses on an immensely important question - how to harness the power and potential of technology to enhance, enrich and transform education. Shelly has created a useful recipe book for educational technology, with accessible ideas and easy to implement strategies for doing this, in 10 different ways." - Steve Wheeler, Learning Innovations Consultant and former Associate Professor of Learning Technologies at the Plymouth Institute of Education
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"Students desperately desire learning that is relevant, meaningful, and incorporates technology. Educators are always on the search for practical strategies on how to accomplish this. Shelley Terrell masterfully addresses the needs of both groups in this easy to read resource packed with ready to implement ideas. Take your kids on a powerful learning mission today!" - Eric Sheninger, Award-winning Principal and Best-selling Author
"Design and Debate; Enlighten and Appreciate! Hacking Digital Learning Strategies gets you prepped, hyped, and off and running on a diverse array of online learning adventures.Many educators talk about using the Internet to inspire and empower learners worldwide. But no one makes it happen like Shelly Sanchez Terrell." - Jason R. Levine (Fluency MC), Teacher, Trainer, Knowledge Entertainer
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The curriculum tie-ins that Terrell provides are important as well, because teachers will often buy books similar to this and find an explanation of how to use the tool, but not ways to integrate it into specific areas. Overall, I highly recommend this book to all of my teachers as a valuable, out of this world resource.
This book has two huge selling points. First, it is chock full of ideas that can be quickly applied in any classroom with basic tech tools (and most of the missions also include a "tech-free" or "faux tech" option for those who may not have access or who have very young children). The ideas are not intimidating, even if you only have a basic grasp of ed tech tools, and many of the missions call for the use of platforms most teachers would be using already.
Second, it is so timely! The problems being addressed are problems that our students must learn to deal with (Internet trolls, fake news, creating a digital profile, etc). These missions are fun and creative, but they are grounded in really solid pedagogical approaches to help students not only learn basic tech skills, but also to extend those ideas and consider how their online interactions can have lasting repercussions. All of the missions end with discussion ideas and follow-up activities to help students make the connection between the school setting and their online lives.
The missions in this book can be applied to all content areas, and also cover the Digital Learning Competency standards many states are now requiring teachers to teach. Buy this book; you will not regret it!
This is going to be a go-to resource for so many teachers as they are getting into using digital learning strategies, and I imagine many will be able to look back at this book as what really changed their classroom towards embracing technology. You don't have to be a techie to be able to implement most of these strategies.
I look forward to adapting some of these into my mathematics classroom.