Pedagogical practices when teaching digital technologies

Sharing this graphic that I developed to help teachers when teaching explicit technology skills. This came out of a need to help teachers build confidence when teaching, and also for students to develop skills without the teacher or other students "jumping in" to save them. We have read really good feedback on these so far, particularly around the driver and co-pilot concept and asking smart questions.

The A3 poster is in more detail, and the A4 version is a summary. Feel free to use!



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Posted on November 11, 2022

Love this one-pager, JJ! Thanks so much for sharing. I'm excited to share this with students in my Integrating Tech & Teaching course :)

Posted on November 12, 2022

So glad you like it. Hope your students find it useful. We also made videos of these strategies in our Taking Flight with iPad books.

Posted on November 13, 2022

This looks awesome! Thanks for sharing. I love the idea of empowering students to develop their skills without the teacher or by being rescued by their friends. I'll definitely be using it with other teachers.

Posted on November 20, 2022

Awesome, glad it is useful.

Posted on November 14, 2022

These area great JJ! Lots of good ideas and strategies. So helpful for professional learning!

Posted on November 16, 2022

This is fantastic, JJ! 🤩 Full of insights and ideas.

Thanks for sharing it!

Posted on March 22, 2024

Awesome. Thanks for sharing :)

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