Author: By Özge Karaoglu October 24,2014
Author: By Patricia Brown October 24,2014
If you are looking for a cool website that you would like to recommend your students to practice listening in a nice way, here is Just Books Read Aloud.
Author: By Terry Freedman October 24,2014
Through tools like Google Drive, Google Hangouts, Google Earth andBlogger, we can create authentic learning experiences for our students more than ever by promoting collaboration and helping them access their work anywhere and anytime.
It seems to me that one way to avoid the issue or least get around it is to adopt the digital badges approach.
Author: By Michael Gorman October 23,2014
Miss the Livestream chat about Google Apps at New York Tech & Learning Live? Here's the link to the presentation and below find comments on the backchannel.
Author: By Monica Burns October 23,2014
The winter of 2014 was one that included lots of snow in the Midwest, and with the snow… lots of school snow days.
Author: By Pernille Ripp October 23,2014
Managing a classroom of one-to-one iPads, multiple devices in a BYOD program, or reaching students through online learning at home can be a logistical challenge for teachers.
Author: By Patricia Brown October 22,2014Author: By Özge Karaoglu October 22,2014
Over the last 7 years as a teacher, this is how I have changed based on feedback from my students.
We teachers, from time to time, assign students to keep a diary especially when it is holiday time.
The 6th grade Lincoln Scholars’ book club at Lincoln IB Middle School connect in a live video conference with Holly Goldberg Sloan, author of Counting by Sevens, using Skype and technology tools.