Updated 3.31.20 WEBEX Trainings will take place each work day at 3 PM until this notice changes! Here’s how to join: Click on this link If you have not loaded the WebEx software, you will be asked to complete the download Continue reading WebEx Training!
Dear Teachers, In the next few weeks, there will be several things that will be out of our control as professional educators. However, one thing that we can control is our daily schedule. Of course, all of us have a Continue reading If I were in your shoes…from Scott M
Sue Wilhelm teaches art for grades K through 8 at Three Rivers Middle School. Last spring, she applied for an Education Foundation Classroom Impact Grant and received 15 Apple Pencil styluses to use with her students. Mrs. Wilhelm just completed Continue reading Traditional Drawing VS Digital Drawing
We recently removed the Padlet application from student iPads. However, that does not mean that you should stop using Padlet! In fact, if you have not made a Padlet Wall before, you should give it a shot. Padlets are a Continue reading Using Padlet In Your Classroom
The students in Brenna Frost’s classroom recently changed up how they show what they know during reading time. That’s because 3rd-grade teacher, Brenna Frost has placed the graphic organizers from Wonders and any other work that she needs to monitor Continue reading 3rd Graders Dive Into Their Digital Readers Notebook
Every Thursday, the students in Ben Iverson’s Computer Science and Skills class become the teacher. That is because on “Learning Hack Thursday” three individuals are selected to start class with something that they do with technology that makes learning easier, Continue reading Learning Hack Thursday at High Desert Middle School
Karen Brocker’s third-grade students at Pine Ridge Elementary have a routine every Monday. It starts by gathering on the carpet to learn about what they will be studying from their Reading Wonders Curriculum and an introduction to the “Essential Question” Continue reading Essential Questions answered with Popplet
Matea Haugen and Brian Kent at Cascade Middle School are putting a modern spin on the traditional science fair by introducing the first annual App Showcase. For the event, students designed an app that would use technology to solve a Continue reading iPad App Design and Showcase