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Back in the Bloggoshere

October14

Yep, I’ve unfortunately been MIA in the bloggoshere for awhile… But that doesn’t mean I’ve been completely absent on the edtech scene. In fact, quite the contrary. The last five months have been super busy with all kinds of new adventures that have been unfolding in my journey as an educator. From finishing a three-year […]

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Tech or Treat: Spook-tacular Halloween Resources for the Classroom II

October14

Looking for some fun activities to celebrate Halloween in your classroom? Then look no further! Listed below is a recently updated version of some really spook-tacular educational Halloween resources that are sure to creep out your students—in a good way, of course! Whether it’s writing prompts, science experiments, Halloween candy math, Edgar Allan Poe videos or […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

June10

Check out this flashback—one of the most popular Diigo bookmark posts to date… Five super cool resources that can be used to locate and/or enhance images for educational purposes. Check ’em out below! » PicJumbo Totally free stock photos for educational, commercial and/or personal use. No attribution needed! » Pixabay A treasure trove of royalty-free images […]

Print Custom Sticky Notes with Google Slides

April24

Check out this flashback from about one year ago that includes an extra bonus—An image of actual customized sticky notes I created and printed as a result of participating in Tony Vincent’s Classy Graphics Online Workshop. Maybe you missed the class, but you don’t have to miss out on this useful resource so be sure […]

Can You Spell with Flickr?

April18

Spoiler Alert: The tool shared in this post is highly addictive… Read at your own risk! In 2013 I shared a post regarding Spell with Flickr—a nifty web tool that generates a logo based on images of letters and numbers from flickr picture galleries. And due to the coolness factor, I’m bringing back tech-y almost […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

April15

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! » Clips A video editor app for iOS devices that contains filters, graphics, emojis, music and more! Use it to create multimedia projects, […]

Spring into Magnetic Poetry Activities

April9

Looking for a super cool and useful spring-time activity to utilize in your classroom? Then all you gotta do is snag a copy of my Spring Magnetic Poetry template! This Google Slides resource contains 75+ words and phrases that can be manipulated into a fun-filled poem, story, etc. for you and your students. As with my other […]

Area School Takes Up Tweeting

April8

If you hear a lot of tweeting going on around the Bellwood-Antis School District campus, it’s not the birds of spring—it’s the Blue Devil Nation Twitter Challenge. Jamie Forshey, director of instructional technology and media, said she got the idea for the challenge from the Pennsylvania Education Technology Expo Conference in Hershey. “Many of the […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

April3

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for a variety of 3D resources that will bring learning alive in your classroom! » Polyup An iOS, Android and Windows app that provides users in Grades 3-12 with a 3D coding platform for building programming skills as well as the understanding […]

April Fool’s Day Resources: Part IV

March27

April Fool’s Day is probably one of those classroom holidays you can’t escape—no matter how hard you try. So why not embrace it and teach your students a few things at the same time! Yes—this means you quite possibly will have to endure some of those harmless pranks and hoaxes associated with this day—spiders in […]

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Looking for some technology integration ideas to enhance your classroom lessons? Then be sure to check out my "Tech Tips" for the latest and greatest Web 2.0 tools, applications and web sites that can be incorporated into activities and/or projects. Although some posts may not be applicable to your content area or grade level, be sure to check back often as I will be varying ideas in order to provide resources across the K-12 curriculum.

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