STAR team members present at statewide computer conference
STAR team members Claudettte Breaux, Payton Bryant, Blaire Fonseca, Chelsea Kirk and Michaela Stell.
The presentation was part of a project discussing the use and importance of technology in education.
Their presentation focused on online tools teachers could use to make their instruction more engaging to their students. The team members shared Edmondo, Remind101, Socrative, Class Dojo and Polleverywere.
The team members choose these particular tools in hopes that teachers would use them to create an engaging community with their students.
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