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Ask 3

March21

A common protocol in many elementary classrooms is “Ask 3, then me.” I’ve used this procedure from my early days of teaching. I quickly discovered as a first year teacher that there would be a line of students constantly around me seeking my answer to routine questions. By having students go to classmates for help, […]

Organize with a YouTube Playlist

December20

Video is a great way to grab your students’ attention. The right video can jump start a unit, teach a tricky concept, deepen understanding or serve as a review. Often videos are watched whole class with a classroom discussion following, or a teacher may assign a video in Google Classroom for independent viewing and commenting. […]

Why Can’t I Make a Copy for My Students??!!

December8

I thought I would share a recent frustration of mine… so you do not have to endure it… Have you ever tried to share an item from your Google Drive to a Google Classroom Assignment, and it won’t give you the Make a Copy for Each Student Option? It’s those little things that can really […]

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 […]

Connected Learning

January22

Recently, I attended an #ETMOOC session on connected learning. (To find out about more about this course, please read this previous post.) Below are my thoughts as well as a project proposal for Abbot School. In today’s world, if you want to know how to do something, you don’t have to wait. The answer is […]

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