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Barbara Schroeder
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It's not that I can't explain it, it's just that you wouldn't understand.
It's not that I can't explain it, it's just that you wouldn't understand.

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Welcome to our Google+ Community for EDTECH 202 students--past, present, and future. We hope you gain new insights from sharing with your classmates, while gaining valuable skills in developing your own Personal Learning Network (PLN). 

Please only join this community if you are a past or current student in EDTECH 202 at Boise State University. All other members will be banned from this G+ Community. Thanks!

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Please view this video if you are having trouble locating the correct shareable links for your Google Docs.

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Shakespeare or Urban Dictionary? Teachers know that much of our language owes a debt of gratitude to William Shakespeare, but can you identify any of the 1700 words he penned? The Coach stops by to referee a challenge for the Cool Teachers to identify the…

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Teachers know that much of our language owes a debt of gratitude to William Shakespeare, but can you identify any of the 1700 words he penned? The Coach stops by to referee a challenge for the Cool Teachers to identify the origins of different words.…

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Chris tells coach about how he used low tech and high tech teaching tools when coaching football.  They are not at all what you’d imagine but it opens a great discussion about building mental templates for students using things they understand.

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Chris tells coach about how he used low tech and hightech teaching tools when coaching football.  They are not at all what you’d imagine but it opens a great discussion about building mental templates for students using things they understand.

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Chris tells coach about how he used low tech and high tech teaching tools when coaching football.  They are not at all what you’d imagine but it opens a great discussion about building mental templates for students using things they understand.

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Chris tells coach about how he used low tech and high tech teaching tools when coaching football.  They are not at all what you’d imagine but it opens a great discussion about building mental templates for students using things they understand.
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