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…

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…

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…

High School Authors

Katie Mason, an intern at Lee High School from Trinity University deserves a gold star! She had this great idea for having her students write children’s story or a children’s show and asked me if there were any apps that would be good for this. Well, you can only imagine my delight! We decided upon…

iUnderstand Math: TypeDrawing

Currently in 5th grade the students are studying about data collection and graphing. They seem to have a hard time remembering what all the new vocabulary means. After doing this quick vocabulary apptivity with Type Drawing on the iPad I bet they have an easier time remembering and applying the terms. I can think of…

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