Quizlet

So I finally, finally played around with Quizlet today. I made a little sample deck and I could not believe how incredibly simple it was. Check out the deck: Choose a Study ModeScatterLearnFlashcards Study these flash cards | Study math flash cards   AND with Quizlet you can also do what they call “Learn”: Choose…

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Invisible Ink

My husband and I have made the decision that we will home school next year. By “we” I mean he will. They have already started doing tons of stuff and he is wonderful with her. A few weeks ago they did a little science experiment. Take a look at my daughter explaining what they did…

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iPracticar

We have a new Spanish teacher at my high school. She teaches Spanish 1 to freshmen. I popped in on her one day for a technical issue. I mentioned that I help mostly with the instructional side of technology. That little sentence was all it took. “Oh yeah?” she says, “Like what?” “Well, how about…

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Student Scientists

Please read this guest blog post by physics teacher, Nicholas Polito. He had his students do Videolicious projects. He was very pleased with the outcome. One of my favorite mini-projects in my physics class is the spring constant lab. This hits on two of my personal objectives because it not only allows nearly all of…

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Mobile Learning: Jon Samuelson (iPadSammy)

Listen in as we chat with iPadSammy. Jon Samuelson has been teaching for 16 years and was named Technology Teacher Leader in Anchoarge in 2005. Jon has presented multiple professional developments for teachers including “Tech Integration in the Classroom”, “Twitter for Educators”, “Educational Gaming”, “iLearning Innovation”, “$5 Apps in 45 Minutes”, and “Apptivities – Creative…

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Mobile Learning: Kathy Burdick

Our Mobile Learning series continues with Kathy Burdick. Kathy has worked in the education sector for over 30 years. She actually had her start in Oak Grove elementary right here in NEISD! Kathy has held positions with Pearson, Scholastic Inc., and for the last 7 years Learning A-Z. Currently she reviews apps through her blog.…

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Mobile Learning: Derek Keenan

In this episode we are joined by Derek Kennan. Derek will be sharing his mobile learning research and insight as well as the informaion on the development and implementation of virtual learning environments and educational gaming and MUCH MORE!!! Derek’s Mobile 2012 Presentions include: Creating and Sustaining Effective Leadership in Digital Learning, The Educational Implications…

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