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Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

March17

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for three free resources that will help you avoid the Internet cycle of shame when using videos in the classroom! » ViewPure A favorite tool of mine! Use this resource to watch YouTube videos without any other distractions—ads, pop-ups and comments. […]

Get Your Edtech Game On with the March Madness Challenge!

March12

Are you ready for some March Madness—edtech style? Then read on to learn how you can make “IT” (Instructional Technology) R.E.A.L. for your students! How in the world are basketball and education even remotely related, you ask? Well, for some teachers, determining how to best integrate technology into a lesson can be as overwhelming as […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

March11

Need some activities to ignite your math lessons? Then be sure to check out this week’s lineup of new Diigo bookmarks, sites that can be used to reinforce all sorts of math concepts! » Boxed Rockets A collection of math questions based on number, ratio and algebra concepts. Select a topic (or series of them), […]

Grab a Piece of the Pi Using Cool Classroom Resources

March8

Hey, math gurus! It’s that time of year again when teachers, students and mathematicians from all over the world honor the fun-loving irrational Greek figure pi (π). That’s right! March 14—or Pi Day—is just around the corner so be sure you don’t miss this opportunity to make a lasting impression on your math students with this recently updated list […]

Join the Blue Devil Nation Twitter Challenge!

March4

Hey, edtech gurus! Are you ready to expand your professional learning network (PLN) while learning how to effectively utilize a super popular social media platform? If so, I am calling upon you to join 40+ Bellwood-Antis School District educators in the Blue Devil Nation Twitter Challenge! Check out the details below about the first event […]

Get Lucky with Some St. Patrick’s Day Magnetic Poetry

March3

If you’re looking for a fun activity to complete with your students this St. Patrick’s Day, then all you’ve got to do is snag a copy of my holiday-themed magnetic poetry activity! Here it is: A Google Slides activity containing 60+ words and phrases that can be manipulated into a fun-filled holiday poem, story, etc. As […]

Make It Real with iFakeText

February18

Yeah, we all know how much students like to text… So, why not leverage this obsession by taking advantage of a web tool like ifaketext.com, a nifty online generator that mimics the real thing. Not only is it super simple to use, but it’s a visually engaging way to allow students to demonstrate what they know […]

The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics: Going for the Gold!

February16

For sports fans like me—and many of our students—the next few weeks will be an exciting time as we cheer on our favorite skiers, skaters and bobsledders to the gold medal stand during the XXIII Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea! I don’t know about you, but I just can’t seem to get enough! […]

Doodle with Google for Valentine’s Day

February9

If you’re looking for another super cool Valentine’s Day activity for your students (the first being  Valentine’s Day Magnetic Poetry, which can be found here), then a must-see is the ‘Create your own Google Logo’ activity developed for students to design and code their own Valentine Doodle using the programming language Scratch. This edtech gem is a […]

Love Me Some Valentine’s Day Magnetic Poetry

February7

All you need is love… And a copy of my Valentine’s Day Magnetic Poetry activity! So, here it is: A Google Slides activity containing 60+ words and phrases that can be manipulated into a fun-filled holiday poem, story, etc. As with my other creations, the word boxes are actually images and cannot be edited; however, they […]

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