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Videos Demonstrating Teachers’ Use of Edtech Tools

Cambridge Public Schools (CPS) created asynchronous learning modules for their staff to receive training around specific edtech tools at their own pace and time. Instrumental to these learning modules were “teacher shares,” or videos created by CPS teachers explaining how they used an edtech tool in their classroom or context. The CPS technology team encouraged teachers from different content areas and grade levels to share their practice of the tool in order to demonstrate various use cases for each tool.

In this example, a high school physics teacher explains how she uses Desmos with her students.

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