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Engage and Differentiate

I was able to attend an Apple Leadership and Learning workshop last week in Indy.  We heard about visionary leadership from three Indiana superintendents who have successful 1:1 programs in their districts.  We heard about innovative teaching and learning from … Continue reading

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Classroom management – Digital style

While there are opinions on both sides of the fence on the ease of digital resources in the classroom, no one can argue that there are tools that can make classroom management easier.  Here are a few: Too Noisy – This … Continue reading

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Ed Apps: A little something for everyone

Today’s post took me much longer than most.  I wanted to give one (hopefully, new) app that was content-specific.  Since I was limiting myself to just one per subject, I wanted it to be the best one.  That required more … Continue reading

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Science, and music, and health…Oh My! (and some other subjects, too)

I had recently downloaded a variety of apps that I wanted to play with, so today’s app review has no evident theme.  There is a little of something for everyone.  My personal favorites were Solve the Outbreak, and Constitution for … Continue reading

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Math Apps, cont. (plus some other stuff)

I hadn’t planned on researching more math resources this week, but a fantastic fifth grade teacher asked me to find something for her accelerated math students.  And here is a little secret that most wouldn’t know about me…I’m a closet … Continue reading

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Math App Monday

I have been meeting with new teachers since school started to get to know them and offer my support.  I have been overwhelmingly impressed by the quality people we have hired for this year (eighteen new teachers to be exact!). … Continue reading

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Appy Monday #edtech

Educational videos can be great to intro a new lesson or give students some extra review.  Sifting through all of the video websites to find quality ones, however, can be a bit daunting.  I’ve explored these listed (and linked) below … Continue reading

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