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Reflection on Managing a Station or Center

March28

I have been assisting in a grade 3 classroom every Friday for the past month. My job: train students how to go through the steps of an iPad math creation station. The goals: 1) the current math student learning objective and 2) independence! In reflecting on my time in there, I think it has been […]

Google Classroom Basics Resource

January10

I have had some requests about Google Classroom basics. From “How do I get started?” to “What can I have my students use it for?” Good news: EdTechTeacher has put together a page to help. This resource explains how Google Classroom works and the basic terminology. There also is an FAQ section, plus video tutorials. […]

Student Reflection with Recap

November15

I am always on the look out for a way to record student thinking. Recap was introduced to me as an iPad app at the Innovation Summit this month. While it certainly fits the bill for reflection in all subjects, space in our Creation folder on our iPads is prime real estate. Too many apps […]

Conversations

October11

Last week was a great week of chatting… No, we didn’t have our feet up eating bon-bons in my office space, talking about the beautiful fall weather… Instead, I really got to listen to teachers tell me where they want to be heading with their students. These conversations led to me asking lots of questions […]

Digital Lesson Creator

June7

Recently, someone shared Blendspace with me. If you want to create stations, differentiate instruction and/or preview, enhance or review topics with students, you’ll want to check out this quick demo of this service: Using Google Classroom? Blendspace lessons may be a perfect match for organizing links and online content for access via a Classroom Assignment. […]

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