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3-5 EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY ARTICLES & PRESENTATIONS



Connecting Student Thinking - Leveraging Digital Media

Katherine Goyette's presentation on utilizing online media networks as well as socialized tools and methods to help students collaborate on their educational thought processes. Learn to implement these tools in 3-5 classrooms today in a way that engages and empowers students. 

Would you like Katherine to facilitate a professional development session at your campus or school district on this subject? Please email her to discuss and learn how.




No More Boring Student Presentations: Ditch that PowerPoint 

No More Boring Student Presentations YouTube Video!

Katherine Goyette's presentation on information sharing solutions for your grade 3-5 classroom. Let's discuss listening and speaking skills, green screen and video based technologies, peer feedback and more. 

Would you like Katherine to facilitate a professional development session at your campus or school district on this subject? Please email her to discuss and learn how.




100% Free Digital Resources: Endless Possibilities!

Katherine Goyette's presentation on a variety of absolutely free digital resources for use in your grade 3-5 classroom. Locate free resources that cover a wide swath of curricular areas, as well as tools that can help you integrate across the curriculum. 

Would you like Katherine to facilitate a professional development session at your campus or school district on this subject? Please email her to discuss and learn how.




Slides Rule

In this presentation, Katherine Goyette demonstrates ways in which you could integrate Google's powerful Slides tool, along with Google Classroom, to create and distribute a slide deck to your grade 3-5 classroom. Learn how to create interactive and unique slides presentations that allow your students to see you as more than simply the "sage on the stage." 

Would you like Katherine to facilitate a professional development session at your campus or school district on this subject? Please email her to discuss and learn how.