For those of you using Google Classroom and wishing to plan announcements and assignments in advance, you probably noticed that you were able to save these posts as drafts to share at a later date. The problem was that you… Continue reading Scheduling is here for Google Classroom!
Students across the district participated in the Hour of Code this week in celebration of computer science in education week. The 3rd annual Hour of Code is organized by code.org, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting computer science in education.… Continue reading Hour of Code
A quick update on changes to YouTube access at home for middle school students. Certain content on YouTube is inappropriate for middle school students. YouTube is no longer accessible on iPads while students are outside our building’s WiFi network (6-8th… Continue reading Student iPad YouTube Access at Home
Hardy 3rd grade classes recently embarked on a math assignment requiring students to use the iPad to create a multi-media project explaining math strategies to solve particular math problems. The teachers utilized rubrics to direct students toward their end product… Continue reading Organize Multi-Media projects with Rubrics!
The kindergarten students in Amy Kappinos’ classroom (K Kap) are quickly becoming familiar with how technology can bring their work to life! K Kap student’s were tasked with creating a book based on the text of Brown Bear, Brown Bear,… Continue reading Bates’ K Kap classroom uses Book Creator to create some great examples of Student Work!
I love when I am able to see effective technology integration in classrooms. This is achieved when the use of technology supports curriculum goals and enhances student learning experiences. Ultimately as educators, we want to “design or adapt relevant learning… Continue reading Effective Technology Integration is Key
One of my favorite resources as a parent and teacher in this digital age is Common Sense Media. Common Sense Media has grown tremendously in the past few years, they are “dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by… Continue reading Pause and Think Online
Thought we would share this article. Definitely worth reading. A look into the some of the scariest Apps for your kids
Students in 4JH reviewed the research of 4TD and provided comments and questions using Today’s Meet. Today’s Meet is a backchannel that allows you to connect with your audience in realtime. Groups can use the live stream to make comments, ask questions.… Continue reading Using Today’s Meet to Collaborate
Students in 3R researched various topics while completing their study of Russia. They researched daily life, food, holidays, art, transportation, schools, sports, music and fashion. The students then presented their findings using Google presentation. Thank you for sharing Lisa!