Click here for a link to our presentation from today. It is a shared Keynote file, but should be viewable via any web browser.
So I’ve always had this secret desire to be an author. Years ago when the options for personal “weblogs” were developed, I decided I wanted to be a “blogger”. Since then I can’t list the number of times I’ve failed Continue reading An Introduction to Blogging For, and With, your Class
Many of you probably know that April is National Poetry Month, and are most likely doing something to celebrate with your students. Our Digital Conversion schools and students should note that the following apps are available to you to support Continue reading Poetry Apps for Poetry Month
Hi Everyone, Though many of you are already familiar with these apps, up until now they haven’t been widely available to all of our schools and students. However…as of today, we have completed a volume purchase making them available to Continue reading 3 new Apps now available to ALL teachers AND students!
Pacific University and the Eugene 4J school district are hosting EdCamp Oregon 2015 on Saturday, April 25, and Bend-La Pine Teachers are invited to attend this exciting event. In a nutshell, EdCamp Oregon is teacher–driven professional development. The rule is that there are Continue reading Oregon “EdCamp” Opportunity
Hi Everyone, Just a quick update…Socrative has announced they are changing the look of their site effective 5 PM on April 2. Word is the new interface will be more “friendly” for mobile devices and projection. Since we haven’t seen Continue reading New look for Socrative
Hi Everyone, The “Team Shake” app is now available for all staff iPads. Since this is a paid app that has been volume purchased for you, it can be installed by going to the “purchased history” in the App Store Continue reading Team Shake app for Staff
We have discussed many of these ideas in different trainings in Bend over the last few years, but this article is a nice reminder of some easy, high impact ways to bring technology into many different subject areas in some Continue reading 5 Tech-Friendly Lessons to Encourage Higher-Order Thinking — THE Journal