Tech Tuesday

Finds and Thoughts about Tech Integration

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Google Hangouts – Giving Them a Try with Students!

February28

A few years ago when Skype first came on the scene, I worked with some teachers on collaborations that connected students with that tool. For example, we had students play instruments for each other via the video-conferencing software as well as set up a regular picture book reading session with Kindergartners in our district. It […]

The 4Cs

March24

Here is my Coaching Service Announcement (CSA) about the 4Cs.

Two Things that Caught My Eye Recently

May6

#1 Hmmm… Looking for a new way for your kids to express their learning? How about making a video BrainPOP style using the iPads Minis? Here’s a great example made by first graders using the Puppet Pals app: #2 Teachers can communicate with parents (and possibly students) in a convenient, fast way using Class Messenger. […]

Concrete Poetry and so much more

April15

A few weeks back an app went FREE and caught my eye: Path on – Swipe to Type. Immediately, I saw a good elementary school use: concrete poetry. And the app’s so easy… Snap a picture. Draw some lines. Type your text (and it will follow the line path). Choose a font and effect. (In […]

Explain Everything – It’s Not Just for Math

January28

In my last post, I highlighted another example of how Explain Everthing can make student thinking visible in math. I realized that so far I’ve only shown math integration. Yet, like its name implies, Explain Everything is not just for math. I wanted to take a moment this week to share how the app was […]

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