Marla Silberfein is a 4th grade teacher at Juniper Elementary. I am happy to welcome her to this blog. Guest post by Marla Silberfein As an educator teaching reading in the digital age, I am constantly balancing technology tools with Continue reading Media Mentorship for the Digital Age
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!
Last week I had the opportunity to attend the Integrated Portland 2019 conference which I highly recommend. I had so many great takeaways that I’m hoping to share with you. The first one is just a simple tool called Flip Continue reading Flip a Coin
Tomorrow is Safer Internet Day. Roy Fuller, our Lead IT Technician, shared a cool little game made by Google called Interland on their Be Internet Awesome site. We can’t think of a more perfect day to play it than tomorrow. Continue reading Be Internet Awesome
Classroom management is a learned skill. Sure it comes easier to some, but there’s always room for improvement for all of us. Thankfully, we never stop learning! I just came across the Smart Classroom Management site founded by Michael Linsin. Continue reading Classroom Management
One of my favorite things about my job is getting to work with our fantastic staff across the district. Lately, I’ve noticed that many have a crazy search engine on their Chrome browser. When they create a new tab a Continue reading Does Your Chrome Homepage or Search Engine Keep Changing?
Students are now able to use the Screen Time iPad settings when they update to iOS 12. The set up is easy. Open the settings menu > Select Screen Time > Throw the switch to “On”. Once enabled, the iPad Continue reading Screen Time and App Time Limits
Apple Classroom is a great tool to manage iPads in the classroom. One feature is that it enables you to see your student’s iPad screens at the same time so you can see what each of your students is working Continue reading Apple Classroom Tip