Mobile Multimedia in the Classroom
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|Mr. Dulberger's 5th Grade University||
In a world where a textbooks are prehistoric and Elementary students are writing HTML codes to design their own video games, educators must keep up! Students know better than to show up to class with a pencil and notepad ready to record a lecture. Green screen recording, podcasting and real-time collaborative documents have all replaced the multiple choice assessment. Educators who are willing to take risks will help pave the way for the world's brightest problem solvers. Use this blog to help you keep pace with your tech-savvy students and use digital learning to create a risk-taking classroom environment.
Disclaimer: This post is for a graduate school (University of Maryland University College) assignment.
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Mr. David Dulberger is currently a 5th grade magnet teacher at Emma K. Doub, a 1:1 Apple Distinguished School in Hagerstown, MD. He attended Salisbury University where he majored in Elementary Education and minored in Psychology. Dulberger completed part of his student teaching internship in Auckland, New Zealand where he taught 5th grade as well. Dulberger is part of the 2015 class of Apple Distinguished Educators, a 2014 PBS Digital Innovator, a Front Row Ambassador, and a SMART Technologies Exemplary Educator. Dulberger has presented at a variety of educational technology conferences and events such as SXSWEdu and FETC. He continues to deliver professional development for teachers around the world who share his passion for instructional technology. Follow him on Twitter @mrdulberger #5thGradeU