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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 […]

Digital Citizenship: Shouldn’t It Begin in Preschool?

April2

I subscribe to a parenting website and receive weekly email alerts about developmental milestones and topics relevant to my child’s age. Recently, I read a post: Your 3 3/4-year-old: Computer Ready? Perhaps, it’s my profession, or better yet, maybe, it’s my experiences and the topics presented during #ETMOOC that had me scratching my head and […]

The Mixer

September18

If you and your students like BrainPOP quizzes, then you just might love this very useful tool for making your own: BrainPOP Mixer. Watch this video to see how easy it is to make your own BrainPOP style quiz: What I really like is that you don’t even have to make up the questions. (This […]

SpiceyNodes

April24

Looking for a visual and interactive way for students to display learning? Give SpiceyNodes a try. This free service lets the user create nodemaps (a.k.a. webs or concept maps) about a topic. What takes this tool beyond traditional webbing and graphic organizers of the past is the user’s ability to customize for an audience’s experience.  […]

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