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
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
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
Melinda Brown is the ELL specialist at Elk Meadow Elementary. She uses the quiz builder tool Socrative to manage the large amounts of data that she and the rest of her team gather when working with students. One of the Continue reading Innovation Spotlight – Academic Language Acquisition Using Socrative
Stephanie Morrison and Fred Kent, two science teachers from High Desert Middle School, recently shared an interesting way to explore plant cells using Sphero robots. The objective of the lesson required students to create a large scale map (model) of Continue reading Innovation Spotlight – Plant Cell Tour Using Sphero Robots