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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 […]

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 […]

Students as Creators – Collages of Learning & Discovery

January24

Last week, I ran a hands-on workshop for K-2 teachers in my school district. I do not work directly with these teachers, but I did my best to give them ideas of how to think about how students could be creators versus consumers on iPads. The student examples that were showcased during the workshop were […]

AirDrop – An Efficient Way to Share from Your iPad to Your Computer

January3

So you have photos or videos on your iPad and want to get them to your computer? You could use email; however, files can be too large to send. Also, maybe, email is not configured on your school iPad? You could upload to Google Drive. (Or Dropbox or some other storage service.) Unfortunately, let’s say […]

A Learning Station – Is That What Awesome Looks Like?

January12

EdTechTeacher has another great free resource that I came across… an eBook entitled “What Does Awesome Look Like?” This book focuses on iPad activities in the classroom. Therefore, for those who are looking for more ideas, you’ve hit the jackpot again! Personally, I’m very excited to view the book under the lens of making student […]

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