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Concrete Poetry and so much more

April15

A few weeks back an app went FREE and caught my eye: Path on – Swipe to Type. Immediately, I saw a good elementary school use: concrete poetry. And the app’s so easy… Snap a picture. Draw some lines. Type your text (and it will follow the line path). Choose a font and effect. (In […]

Documenting those Hands-on Projects and Portfolio Artifacts

June4

As the school year is drawing to a close, lots of student projects are still streaming in. I’ve noticed that many of these projects really have no technology involvement. And that’s OK. Technology should not be used for technology’s sake. If a student built diorama or growing a live plant gets the job done for […]

Digital Storytelling as a Morning Meeting Activity

February19

Responsive Classrooms always are looking for morning meeting activities that are fun and energize students for the day. If the students can warm up and use their brains, too, it’s even better! Recently, I learned about Pechaflickr from Alan Levine‘s #ETMOOC session: Web Storytelling: 50 Ways, 5-Card Flickr & Pecha Flickr. The gist of the […]

Six Word Stories: A Few Ideas

February12

I was introduced to the idea of the Six Word Story during the digital storytelling topic in #ETMOOC. For those who do not know, there is a legend that Ernest Hemingway once composed a six word story in order to win a bet. His winning story: For sale: baby shoes, never used. Today, there is […]

App-tober 2: Getting the Most out of BrainPOP on Touches

October9

Since we only have 35 minutes at this week’s App-tober session, this post will serve as preview, notes and reference for what will be demonstrated. A while ago, I wrote a post about BrainPOP and then more recently one about The Mixer. I’m going to continue to highlight this very popular and effective service (that […]

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