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What It Is Like To Teach With EdTech

In this video, Teacher and NUITEQ® Education Technology Specialist, Danielle Maclin, explains what it is like to teach with EdTech (Education Technology). In particular, she talks about how she uses the Snowflake educational software in her classroom and the impact it has on her students and the way she teaches.

We learn about how she started using technology in her classroom, how she got trained to use it, and more details about how she works with the Snowflake software on the Clear Touch Interactive touch screen displays.

Danielle underlines the importance of lesson design that helps her create Snowflake lessons that are individualized to each student. We learn how different groups of students react to Snowflake differently, and how it allows students to engage in active learning instead of sitting throughout an entire lesson.

Furthermore, we learn what it is like to be a Teacher creating content for other teachers and how working for NUITEQ is inspiring and motivating Danielle to raise her own standards and as a result boost the students' standards.

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NUITEQ® is a collaborative software company that enables teams, organizations, educational institutions, and businesses to add value through smarter human interaction. NUITEQ maximizes the use of any multitouch touchscreen with fully independent zones that can be used simultaneously. Its educational software empowers expressive learning through memorable digital storytelling. NUITEQ provides a safe environment for providing authentic feedback in collaborative settings. Its award-winning Snowflake software is used in over 70 countries.

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