January’s EdTech Expert: Cory Plough
You're interested in learning about technology and incorporating it into your classroom... what better way than to learn from the experts? Allow me to introduce January's EdTech UNconference Presenter: Cory Plough. His LIVE Session will take place January 25, 2011 from 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. EST (USA). (To see a listing of ALL upcoming LIVE Sessions, click here.)
Cory Plough is a graduate from California State University-Northridge and earned his M.Ed in Technology from Boise State University in Boise, Idaho. He is currently an online social studies and technology instructor for Odyssey Charter School in Nevada and Connecticut Virtual Learning Center. He also facilitates Edblog – an online movement that recognizes education blogs once a week for an entire year.
During his teaching career, Mr. Plough has specialized as an online educator and trains teachers how to use social media tools in their classrooms in a variety of states around the country. Mr. Plough has developed and facilitated courses for the State of Idaho’s online professional development program, as well as taught Beginning Online Teaching for Boise State’s Education Technology department.
Cory's EdTech UNconference presentation, "Using Technology to Support Bloom's Taxonomy," will highlight easy-to-use web tools that teachers and students can use to target different levels of Bloom's Taxonomy -Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation. Also, Cory will tell you why the categories can be thought of as degrees of difficulties.
Don't miss out on our awesome LIVE Sessions like this one...Once a member of the EdTech UNconference, you can attend them all!