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Student Reflection with Recap

November15

I am always on the look out for a way to record student thinking. Recap was introduced to me as an iPad app at the Innovation Summit this month. While it certainly fits the bill for reflection in all subjects, space in our Creation folder on our iPads is prime real estate. Too many apps […]

Show (And Tell) What You Know Apps… More Pic Collage Examples

December16

Last year, in a post entitled Show (And Tell) What You Know Apps, I mentioned the Pic Collage app. I wanted to share a couple of recent examples because this creation app can help students achieve so many different learning objectives Self-Reflection on Teamwork Grade 4 students used Pic Collage to reflect on their Genius […]

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 […]

Genius Hour

October7

I’ve always been a believer in Choice Time. We’re always telling kids what they should be doing at school, and it’s important for them to have some space to pursue their own interests. Making the time for that can be extremely challenging, however, due to curriculum demands. When I was a classroom teacher, my compromise […]

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 […]

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