This fall would have marked my 14th year as a public school educator, within the same school division where I attended grades K-12. My formal job titles ranged from Social Studies Teacher, Virtual Instructor, Curriculum Writer, E-Learning Coordinator, Technology Integration Specialist, and Robotics Coach. Beyond the titles, I had the pleasure of working with some […]
If a learner can Google the answer, is it meaningful? Are you teaching students how to wade through information and decipher its validity? Or are you teaching to the end of course test?
WriteReader is a free web tool that enables students in grades K-5 to become authors of their own books. Yes, you heard correctly, it is FREE for students and teachers to use. It works on most devices using a Chrome browser. It also is the only early literacy tech tool that has a chrome extension, how […]
Not only are LRF ADORABLE, they are super charged to teach kids coding and electronics in a way that doesn’t even seem like learning. They come in three shapes and have limitless possibilities to customize them. From left to right, check out Spikey, Ghosty, and Curvy!
As educational technology burgeons in the K-12 setting, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to decide which tools belong in your classrooms and school divisions. Furthermore, it’s likely that when looking for a tool to meet a learning goal, you will find more than one option. How do you decipher which technology is the best for your students?