Below are four infographics I created to help youintegrate mobile learning,engage your learners with lesson starters, help youbecome a teacherpreneur, anduse web tools and devices effectively.
In my book,The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers, I describe the many ways in which technology has impacted our traditions, rituals, communication, language, relationships, values, and learning.
“There is magic, but you have to be the magician. You have to make the magic happen.” – Sidney Sheldon, Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Humor is a powerful instructional tool that helps ease the classroom atmosphere and supports relationship building.
Students can learn science, math, geography, history, culture, citizenship, and more by studying famous pirates.
Below is aninfographic I createdfilled with ideas on how you can engage your students within the first 5 minutes.
Writing up students, suspension, or ISS (In School Suspension) often does not get to the root of the problem and rarely works.
Get students to engage with this content and learn hands-on by remixing the content into videos, presentations, podcasts, poster projects, or digital stories!
Teacherpreneurshipis having a passion and wrapping it in a message that is so powerful it inspires others to transform teaching and learning.
Below are slides, resources, and bookmarks to help you get your students to reflect on their digital acts and messages.
Google has many free incredible apps and tools that work on any device to support and promote collaboration.
Get your students to choose a cause and create digital posters, infographics, or videos to raise funds or awareness.
The beginning of the schoolyear isa great time to lay the foundations for transforming your young learner classes into peer communities.
When they are on their devices, they are part of a generation creating a universal language filled with nonverbal cues, fun, emotion, and culture.