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lsanderson

Digital Learning Specialist at Abbot School (Grades 3-5) in Westford, Massachusetts

Homepage: http://as.westfordk12.us

Can Your Screen Help Manage Your Classroom?

February5

As I walk around different classrooms, I see popular tools or widgets being projected on screens… Timers Noise level meters Text boxes with Work Expectations/Directions Photos/Screenshots of Examples What if all of these options were from one source, and were easy to set up and break down throughout the day without toggling between different websites […]

A Math Station Activity with More than One Answer

January29

“How’s this? Did I get it right?” Students ask their teachers these two questions quite a bit in the classroom. If a problem truly is being solved, there very may well be multiple methods, viewpoints and solutions to be considered. There doesn’t have to be only one right answer, and for many students that concept […]

A Parking Lot

January15

The scene: Students have been issued a device off a cart, but they are very busy prepping physical props for their work that they are about to digitize. Materials are everywhere. Floor space is at a premium with students hustling and bustling to gather and refine their plans. Sometimes you are in spaces where there […]

Managing Responsibilities

December4

Taking ownership of shared devices can be tricky. Often, teachers want to keep things flexible and do not assign specific devices from a cart or charging station. That way students can take what is available when the learning objective calls for a digital service. Being in Google or using an online site makes this practice […]

Seesaw Sign In – Follow Up

November20

I documented my findings with logging into Seesaw via Google a couple of weeks ago… here is my update from that post: After contacting Seesaw, it appears that many of our student accounts had no passwords. Therefore, the students were unable to use the Email option. Normally, a user could have fixed the issue themselves […]

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