Remember the days when the announcements were read over the intercom? Well, those days may be coming to an end. Many of our schools are now communicating the announcements via video and students are playing a large part in the Continue reading Announcements in Video Form
Tracy Howk is the Media Manager at Juniper Elementary. We are pleased to welcome her here with a guest post. Raspberry Pi is a high quality, low cost computer. Developed by a non profit foundation in the UK, the handheld Continue reading Reasons for Raspberry Pi
Mountain View High School’s math department has harnessed the power of students recording on the iPad using Explain Everything and then sharing their recordings in Google Classroom. As part of a review for a quiz or test, students are required Continue reading Students Create Video Recordings of Their Work
I don’t remember who introduced me to Novel Effect, but I love it and think that you will, too – especially if you read picture books to kids! Novel Effect is an app that enhances the reading experience. Here’s how Continue reading Novel Effect
Recently, I talked to a bus driver who was telling me about his route and the students that ride his bus. He was very positive and not complaining, but he made me wonder, “Do we teach our students how to Continue reading Take a Walk in Their Shoes
Today I want to share 2 hot corners that I use on my laptop that I would be extremely annoyed if I didn’t have them. You might be wondering “What in the world is she talking about?” Well, hot corners Continue reading Hot Corners on your Laptop
Recently I learned about a great site full of informative videos for curious minds of all ages called, The Kid Should See This. The videos range from all types of topics such as science, technology, space, animals, nature, food, DIY, Continue reading The Kid Should See This
Recently I mentioned that I went to the Integrated Portland 2019 conference which is such a great conference. You really should try to go next year. It is totally worth it! I went to a session on Formative Assessment led Continue reading Blind Kahoot!