February is Black History Month and there are many ways to recognize it. One of my favorites, I realize this might come as a surprise to you, is books. I know, crazy right? We have curated some collections for Black Continue reading Black History Month
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
If you work with students, you’ve probably realized that your students listen and learn from their peers. In fact, it’s easy to find research on the influence that peers have on each other. That influence can be harnessed when students Continue reading Students Create How-to Videos for School
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
The free summer audiobook program for 13+ from SYNC starts today. They will give away two complete audiobook downloads a week based on weekly themes. Last year they gave away 26 titles and this year they are giving away 28 Continue reading Free Summer Audiobook Program
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!