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Teach Yourself to Code

December11

OK, so the Hour of Code is officially over……. But that doesn’t mean the learning has to end there! Check out the How to Teach Yourself to Code graphic shown below, which is loaded with info regarding what programming language is best for you—and more importantly, your students. Also included is a number of resources—sites […]

The 12 Digital Days of Christmas 2017: Tech Treasure #4

December10

What do you get when you combine the basics of electricity and circuitry with some copper tape, LEDs and a coin cell battery? A super cool light-up Christmas card,of course! Just click on the Geeky Girl’s Treasure #4 to learn more about how you and your students can create your very own customized STEM or […]

The 12 Digital Days of Christmas 2017: Tech Treasure #3

December9

What’s behind Tech Treasure #8? How about one of the most visited sites from my holiday tech adventures. Brought to you by the makers of the Math Playground, check out Sugar, Sugar: The Christmas Special—a fun activity that is sure to make you think! The object of the game is to draw lines with your […]

I Can’t Even: My Christmas Be Like…

December8

In case you missed out on the why I have been generating these “I Can’t Even…” videos, check it out here. Otherwise, skip the read and scroll down the page for my latest episode. Hopefully you’ll get a good laugh… Maybe you’ll feel my pain… And hopefully you’ll share the love with others via your […]

The 12 Digital Days of Christmas 2017: Tech Treasure #2

December5

Another day, another fun Christmas-themed resource awaits you behind Tech Treasure #2. Making its first appearance in one of my December lineups is a Breakout EDU activity—a holiday-themed game, of course! If you haven’t yet jumped on the breakout bandwagon, then there’s no time like the “present” (Get it? ha!) Besides being a ton of […]

Why We Should All Learn Coding

December4

Need some additional rationale for exposing your students to computer programming during the official Hour of Code—and beyond? Then be sure to check out The Why We Should All Learn Coding Infographic generated by OnlineCollege.org. In case you aren’t sure, code is the stuff that makes most of the technology we use every day work. […]

The 12 Digital Days of Christmas 2017: Tech Treasure #1

December3

Get ready to “Tech the Halls” with my 6th annual 12 Digital Days of Christmas, a collection of digital treasures featuring Thinglink and a dozen fun and festive resources that are sure to spread some holiday cheer in your classroom. So, starting today and continuing for eleven additional days before the holiday break begins, this Geeky […]

Get Your Hour of Code On!

December2

Did you know that computer science is a top paying college degree and computer programming jobs are growing at two times the national average? Yep, it has been projected that by the year 2020 there will 1,000,000 more jobs than there are students to fill them! And that’s because although we live in a world […]

I Can’t Even: Edtech Ramblings & Other Stuff

November28

A few weeks ago I received an SOS call from a teacher in distress. The Internet appeared to be down and that meant the tech lesson she meticulously planned was nearing epic fail status. When I entered the room, I could immediately sense that anxiety and frustration trumped her usual calm and patient demeanor. As she […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

November21

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for some super cool resources for the connected classroom! » Watchkin Watch YouTube videos without distractions in a student-friendly environment. » Metaverse A platform for creating augmented reality lessons, quizzes, games and more! Create experiences on the web and interact with […]

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