Cybrary Man's Educational Web Sites
The internet catalogue for students, teachers, administrators & parents.

Over 20,000 relevant links personally selected by an educator/author with over 30 years of experience.
 

  

Educators         Parents        Students       General     Home

    

Student Tech Help

"Take advantage of the techspertise of your students."
@cybraryman1

Students should work with their peers on having a positive digital presence.

Every class & school should have a Student Tech Squad
(Help Desk, eLearner, Geek Squad, SWAT Team, Technical Difficulties Club...)  

#2020howardwinn #FutureReady students impacted by technology pic.twitter.com/KRR26HXRM0
"Education has changed because now,
we are teaching the teachers instead of them teaching us!"
@TereseJurgensen @johnccarver 

 

My Student Tech Help Mavens
@andycinek
@KerryHawk02
@jlscheffer
@MaineSchoolTech
@delynbeard

Teacher Notes

Use your students to help their peers and other teachers in your school with tech tools and equipment.
Have them take part in
Smackdowns at faculty or parent meetings.
Use them to plan
Tech Nights
at your school.
Be presenters or participants at edcamps.  Have students organize an edcamp as students at Burlington, Massachusetts did.

At the first #edcampCitrus I attended I talked with some of the student helpers before the sessions started.  I urged them to take an active part in the sessions in the rooms that they were stationed.  I was very pleased when they participated in some of the sessions and the Smackdown.

At the second #edcampCitrus I enjoyed taking in a session led by a student

At #edcampSocial Studies I gave a session with a student at SLA.

Oak Hill eLeaders

Burlington HS in Massachusetts has a student led help desk & they organized the first
student-led #edcamp #edcampxedu

Burlington High School Help Desk | A student run genius bar

@bpsedtech team #bhschat

#edcampxedu
 

 

 

 

 

 

We have a tendency to not utilize the many abilities that our students have.  You will be amazed at how helpful they can be.

Give students a chance to display their digital expertise by forming a student tech squad in your school.  Start a student help desk which is being done on all levels of education.  Use students with tech skills to help their peers in your classroom with technology.  Also have these students model proper use of technology. When I skype into classrooms I have seen teachers having students record the session.

Make sure to get #stuvoice when developing Acceptable Use Policies.  My AUP page

RMHS Rockets Help Desk

Tech Support Internship

Student GEEK Squad

The Tech Detectives: Students Take Ownership of Technology

Bishop Stang Technology Student Help Desk Panel

The @DavidGeurin Blog: What Happened When We Launched Student-Led Senior Citizen Tech Support

My Tech pages

Teach Parents Tech - A Good Way to Send Tech Help

My Classroom Jobs Page