Monthly Archives: March 2014

Thoughts on Moving to a 1:1 Building

Every other month we have our “Technology Engagement Committee” meeting.  It’s a time to reflect on things that have worked the past month and a way to look forward.  Is it frequent enough?  Some will say no, other will say … Continue reading

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“Appy Lessons: Make Your Lessons Happy”

This was the goofy title I gave to my presentation to teachers on how they could use one iPad to enhance their lessons.  I’m still working on creative titles… We are lucky enough to have a classroom set of iPads … Continue reading

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Social Networking and Walled Gardens Networks in the classroom have walls and filters designed to keep our kids safe.  That’s great, our goal is to keep our children safe.  But what happens when keeping our children safe comes at the … Continue reading

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Safety on the Internet

I decided to go a different direction with this blog entry.  One of the options was to create a student guide to internet safety.  I decided to utilize http://www.smore.com to create a colorful flyer that could be posted to the … Continue reading

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Hypermedia Integration

I interviewed several teachers, an instructional coach, and a principal to get their perspective on how and why they use videos or support videos being used in the classroom. This was a fun one!

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