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Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

January29

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Four 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! » PicResize Resize, shrink, and crop pictures online for free before posting them to […]

Spark Creative Writing with the Plot Generator

January25

Are your students going to write short story, film script or novel in the near future? Then send them to the Plot Generator for some inspiration! This free web tool features generators for various kinds of writing projects in a wide range of genres including fantasy, mystery, romance, teen vampire and science fiction to name […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

January22

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Two super cool resources that can be utilized to in your classroom during the new year. Check ’em out below! » Instructables From science experiments to merit badges, this web site offers instructions for 100,000+ DIY projects in the areas of woodworking, paper, puzzles, laser cutting, 3D printing, […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

January15

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Two super cool resources that can be utilized to in your classroom during the new year. Check ’em out below! » Freepik Free vector art, illustrations, icons, PSD and photos for use in websites, banners, presentations, magazines and more! » Sutori An interactive timeline tool in which users can […]

Tell Your Story with PicCollage

January11

Looking for a neat way to engage students in classroom activities? Well, of course, there’s an app for that! But then again, you don’t want just any app! Instead you need one that is unique, safe and free! Introducing your next download, an all-time favorite of mine: PicCollage. This tech gem is simple, fun and […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

January8

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Two super cool resources that can be utilized to in your classroom during the new year. Check ’em out below! » Biteable An online video and animation generator that can be used to create presentations, infographics, ads, intros and more! » Spacehopper Test geography knowledge with this Google StreetView […]

Freeze Frame II: The BAMS Mannequin Challenge

November21

After watching B-A’s first-ever Mannequin Challenge video, my middle school Tech Club students vowed they would not be outdone by their high school counterparts. And so they put their minds and creativity to work and planned their very own rendition of the super popular trend that has hit the social media scene. So here you […]

Tech It Up with Thanksgiving Magnetic Poetry

November16

Back by popular demand… It’s Thanksgiving Magnetic Poetry, a Google Slides activity containing about 80 words that can be creatively manipulated into a holiday themed poem, story, etc. Check it out below! Click here to make your very own copy of the template. Then have at it! FYI: The word boxes are actually images and cannot […]

Freeze Frame: BAHS Jumps on the Mannequin Challenge Bandwagon

November10

A few of my colleagues and I caved to the latest social media craze and at the same time had a little bit of fun with our B-A BluePrint and Tech Club/SWAT Team students by producing our very own Mannequin Challenge video. Check out our one take, one hit wonder below! Props to junior Kermit […]

The Imagination Zone: Building a Generation of Makers

November7

By definition, a makerspace provides hands-on, creative ways to encourage students to design, experiment, build and invent as they engage in science, technology, engineering, art, math (STEAM) and some good ol’ fashioned tinkering. Even though these kinds of areas, also known as Hackerspaces and FabLabs, have been part of the MakerEd movement that has swept […]

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