These were recently posted on our Staff Spotlight but I thought I’d also post them here. Some of these I’ve read and some I haven’t, but they ALL have rave reviews. Hope you enjoy them! Picture Books Early Chapter Books Continue reading Summer Reads 2018
Tony Vincent is one of my go-to’s for tips and tricks. I recently saw one of his posts on Twitter and wanted to share it with you. I recommend that you follow his blog Learning In Hand with Tony Vincent. Continue reading Great Tips & Tricks for using YouTube
I recently saw this post from Kasey Bell on her Shake Up Learning Blog and wanted to share with all of you because I was able to pick up a couple of great tips and I’m sure you will, too. Sharing Continue reading Google Tips for Teachers
As a student or a staff member, you’ve created documents, lessons, videos and more. If you store these files in your district Google Drive account, don’t forget to take them with you when and if you leave the district. This Continue reading Don’t Leave Without Your Data
Last Saturday at Sisters Middle School, our Oregon Battle of the Books (OBOB) teams battled it out against many other schools from around our region to find out who would go on to state. This year’s first place winners are….drum roll, Continue reading Bend-La Pine Schools Reign at OBOB Regionals
Hopscotch has been an app our students have been enjoying since we first issued iPads in schools 5 years ago. It is fun, easy to use and most importantly, it gets students writing code! Lately, several elementary and middle school Continue reading Everything Hopscotch
When reading on a device, we’re often looking for something specific. For example, I found a long article and I wanted to know if it had any information pertaining to schools. On my laptop, I can type in “⌘ F” Continue reading Looking for Specific Text on Your Device?
Anna Rosling Rönnlund, at Gapminder, created a website called, Dollar Street where family homes have been photographed around the world in 50 countries. These homes have been categorized on a street continuum from poor on the far left to rich Continue reading Dollar Street