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Tinkering Forward: The Maker Movement Continues at B-A

June23

And so it began… Summer vacation—as well as Phase II of our Media Center Makeover known as Project Reimagine! In order to continue providing students with real-life, engaging, authentic and lifelong learning experiences, we will be working throughout the next few months to revamp the existing middle/high school media center to achieve the following goals: […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

June18

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below to access two super cool and very useful photo apps can be integrated into classroom activities during the upcoming school year! » Bubbli An iOS app that allows users to create and share impressive photospheres, or 360-degree images of places in […]

The iPadpalooza Smackdown IV: Digital Resources on the Go

June14

Welcome to the iPadpalooza Smackdown—the highlights, takeaways and some swanky digital resources from my edtech adventures at this app-mazing learning festival! After taking a few days off, I’m back in the blogosphere to share thoughts from my final day of edtech awesomeness in Austin, Texas. Check it out right here, right now… The day began […]

The iPadpalooza Smackdown III: Digital Resources on the Go

June10

Welcome to the iPadpalooza Smackdown—the highlights, takeaways and some swanky digital resources from my edtech adventures at this app-mazing learning festival! I checked out of the blogosphere for a few days to enjoy the sights and sounds of Austin—including a visit to the very unique Graffiti Park on Castle Hills. Loved the concept of an […]

The iPadpalooza Smackdown II: Digital Resources on the Go

June8

Welcome to the iPadpalooza Smackdown—the highlights, takeaways and some swanky digital resources from my edtech adventures at this app-mazing learning festival! Check ’em out right here, right now… Day Two got rolling with an inspirational presentation featuring keynote speaker Jason Silva, the Emmy-nominated host of National Geographic Channel’s #1 rated series, Brain Games, who shared […]

The iPadpalooza Smackdown I: Digital Resources on the Go

June7

Welcome to the iPadpalooza Smackdown—the highlights, takeaways and some swanky digital resources from my edtech adventures at this app-making learning festival! Check ’em out right here, right now… Day One kicked off with a variety of super cool activities that created an atmosphere of high energy, inspiration and motivation including… » An amazing light show produced […]

iPadpalooza: Ready… Set… Learning on the Go!

June5

And just like that—it’s here… Summer vacation and iPadpalooza—a three-day learning festival being held at the Westlake High School in Austin, Texas—and my first-ever trip to a national conference. Not only will I be spending the next four days with some of the most awesome edtech rockstars on the planet—Carl Hooker, Steve Dembo, Matt Miller, […]

ViewPure: YouTube Videos Without the Clutter

June3

Looking for a way to watch YouTube videos with your students minus the distracting and sometimes inappropriate advertisements, comments, and other extraneous info that is included on the page? If so, ViewPure is the perfect tool for you! ViewPure allows users to copy the URL of a video into the “purifier”. Once this link is […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

June3

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below to access two super cool and very useful tools can be utilized to engage students in the classroom! » GoNoodle Create deeper learning via this collection of videos, games and other activities geared toward interjecting movement into any subject, any topic, […]

Operation Recycle Part II: Get Your Breakout On!

May28

Earlier in the week I wrote a post about Operation Recycle, a brand-new Breakout EDU game I recently designed for our school’s sixth grade environmental field trip—one that was based on the importance of recycling. The Concept: With 50 minutes on the clock, teams of students were “locked” in Mr. T’s laboratory, a room filled with […]

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