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Long time, No Write

December2

So it appears that my blog has become a bit dusty… What can I say? It’s been a very busy fall. Lots of new: Chromebooks, going totally mobile, Genius Hour, Google Apps For Education, Google Classroom, grant writing, a new keyboarding program, to name a few. Last night, I saw a video that actually made […]

Stop-Action Movies: In Motion on the Ocean

May29

Last year, I wrote two posts about stop-action movies (something new MAY be in order: Stop-Action Movies & Stop-Action Movies Follow-Up). The latter post concluded with our hopes to integrate this technology into fifth grade. What follows is a summary of our results. During the 2011-12 school year, all fifth graders at Abbot School participated […]

Podcasts + Flash Cards = No More Mass Confusion

November8

Last spring, my Librarian colleague, Valerie Loughman, and I completed a project funded by a MassCUE Initiative Grant. Background: Third graders traditionally study famous people who have lived in Massachusetts (MA HSS Standard 3.7). Unfortunately, what should be a celebration of contributors to our state turns into mass confusion for this age level. Appropriate materials […]

Classrooms with a View

February15

Many moons ago when I was a second grade teacher, I was involved in a grant that brought three computer projectors to my elementary school. Our focus was the traditional five paragraph essay and how projecting student work and our own mini-lessons was faster, more efficient and eye-catching to students. The tools, resources and technology […]

VoiceThread Follow Up

November2

Last week, I attended the MassCUE Conference where I had the honor of being a presenter on both days. One of my presentations was a sharing of our MassCUE Initiative 2010 Grant. As nerve wracking as it is to prepare and give a presentation, I always find them to be such a wonderful way to […]

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