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Science is IN!

October31

In 2015, Meghan McCrorey and I had an idea… let’s figure out how to take the trend of interactive notebooks from messy & time consuming to more practical & engaging in her classroom in order to achieve her science learning objectives. We wrote an Innovative Grant proposal for the Westford Education Foundation and were awarded […]

Making Video Assignments More Interactive for Students (and More Informative For Teachers)

January5

For demonstration purposes, I am a student in many real Google Classrooms. Therefore, I often will receive emails to assignments (since I’m an adult in our school domain with email privileges activated).  I don’t mind receiving these emails as they keep me in the loop of how people are using Google Classroom. I have noticed […]

Digital Storytelling with Toontastic

December8

I had such a great time today with two third grade classes that I’m going to make this a “Two for Tuesday” with a second post! I did some interactive “writing” with students where I modeled choosing a prompt and then how to tell my story using the app Toontastic. This easy to use app […]

Socrative – A Student Response System

December3

At the Boston iPad Summit, one of the apps that I kept hearing about was Socrative, a student response system. While I (now) am subscribing to the philosophy of investing in a few great, universal apps that will go the distance for any subject and purpose, Socrative is a unique, specialized student app (used in […]

It’s the Little Things…

October29

Being an elementary educator, I know that it’s those little things that can make our days… especially when those little things help us manage and engage a classroom of students! At MassCUE in Suzy Brooks‘ presentation, “Technically Invisible,” I came across such a tool that I think teachers with mounted projectors will love to try […]

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