10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions in Your Classroom

By Shelly Sanchez Terrell

In Hacking Digital Learning Strategies, international EdTech presenter and NAPW Woman of the Year Shelly Sanchez Terrell demonstrates the power of EdTech Missions–lessons and projects that inspire learners to use web tools and social media to innovate, research, collaborate, problem-solve, campaign, crowd fund, crowdsource, and publish.

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Included in the book is a 38-page Mission Toolkit, complete with reproducible mission cards, badges, polls, and other handouts that you can copy and distribute to students immediately. 

“The secret to Shelly’s success as an education collaborator on a global scale is that she shares information most revered by all educators, information that is original, relevant, vetted, and proven, combining technology with proven education methodology in the classroom. This book provides relevance to a 21st century educator.” —Thomas Whitby, Author, Podcaster, Blogger, Consultant, Co-founder of #Edchat 


Customer Reviews

As a member of the Hack Learning community, I was excited to get a chance to preview this book before it published. It's a quick read, and full of great information. It's got great hacks for technology in the classroom, and at the same time it gives you tips on how to teach your students digital responsibility.
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.

The hacking series are my favourite edbooks and the newest instalment in the series lived up to my high expectations once again. If you are new and maybe a little scared of using digital learning in the classroom or use it whenever you can like I do, this book is for you. As I read each chapter my mind was flying in all different directions envisioning adding these activities in my classroom. From having students analyse and create game walkthroughs to creating digital badges and rewarding other students for their achievements, it is all there. The lessons in this book teach students digital citizenship in a way that will engage while taking their learning to a whole new level. The worst thing about reading this book is the realisation that my units last term could have been so much better if I had this book. Actually looking forward to planning for next term now. Thanks, Shelly and Mark, nailed it!!!!


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