10 Tech Tools to Combat Gender Stereotypes

Why do men have trouble using Pinterest? Why aren't there more women in coding? Is it because our brains are so different? Are our brains actually different at all? These are the questions we try to answer in the presentation "10 Tech Tools to Combat Gender Stereotypes" which was most recently shared at SUECON2015.

More information about this presentation, links to tools you can use with your students to promote fair and equitable tech use, and an embedded slideshow check out the website for EdTecHakk at http://edtechakk.weebly.com/10-tech-tools-to-challenge-gender-stereotypes.html


Michael Hakkarinen

Michael Hakkarinen specializes in helping teachers engage students in the classroom with technology such as Mac Tools, Google Apps for Educators, iPads and more. He earned a Bachelor’s in English from the University of Maryland at College Park and a Master’s in Elementary Education at Mount Saint Mary’s University, where he also taught Instructional Technology at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He was a Technology Resource Teacher in Frederick County, Maryland, where he taught elementary school, and an EdTech for Canyons School District in Utah before joining the UEN PD team in 2014. He currently serves as President of the UCET Board.

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