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Why Just Say It When You Can Blabberize It?

April15

Recently, the elementary principal and I developed and facilitated a workshop for several K-4 teachers in our district along with their students interns from Penn State Altoona. The session, entitled The EdTech Game Show, focused on making IT (instructional technology) R.E.A.L. (Relevant, Engaging, Authentic and Lifelong) with 16 digital resources that can be utilized to engage and […]

Tech It Up Tuesday: Green Screen Magic with the Do Ink App

February23

It’s Super Tuesday! Well, at least it is for me here in Hershey, PA at the Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo and Conference. So that means it’s time for me to share another tech-isode in my “Tech It Up Tuesday” series in which I will share an edtech tool, app, site or other resource that can be […]

September 11 Resources Live Here!

September10

Whether you choose to focus on the events that occurred in our country on September 11, 2001 for one class period, or maybe you’re planning to incorporate a special project in honor of the countless American heroes that emerged on that day… Either way, utilize the resources located within the interactive image shown below to connect […]

The Noun Project: The Best Icon Collection on the Web

July29

While traveling here and there this summer, I’ve noticed more than ever that visual symbols are everywhere around us; they actually guide us through everyday situations—through signs, image, infographics, etc. And that got me thinking about how I should bring back tech-y with this oldie but goodie—The Noun Project—just to make sure my readers were […]

Positively Smashing Part III: ThingLink and Tackk

March25

And so the good news is… Stuff just got a little “tackk-y” on the edtech scene. What am I talking about? Well, according to the latest scoop, ThingLink just hooked up with a pretty nifty cool tool called Tackk, a free service that can be utilized to quickly create simple webpages similar to a digital flyer […]

7 Ideas to Tech Out Learning

February18

Innovation… Versatility… Performance… What teacher doesn’t want to provide the best technology has to offer for students? But with a plethora of choices, sometimes it’s overwhelming trying to determine what device best suits the needs of all learners. So, what should educators choose—the power of a laptop or the compact, lightweight portability of a tablet? […]

Tech It Up Tuesday: Sunday Funnies for the Classroom

February17

Time for the next tech-isode in my new “Tech It Up Tuesday” series in which I will share an edtech tool, app, site or other resource that can be utilized in the educational setting. Regardless if it’s print or digital format, many students and adults alike love reading comics. But did you know this form of […]

The Geeky Girl’s Greatest Hits Volume XIV: January 2015

February2

Super cool classroom tools, useful infographics and tons of bookmarks highlighting the latest #edtech resources… All of this and more lives within the must-see compilation of resources that can be utilized to tech out your lessons and assignments. Just hover over the interactive image below to expose the most popular posts from January 2015! Check out […]

Celebrating the Life & Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

January15

Just one example of the many words of wisdom spoken by Martin Luther King, Jr., pastor, activist, humanitarian and leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. As we celebrate the life and legacy of this great man on the upcoming federal holiday established in his honor, don’t miss the opportunity to share some MLK information with your […]

The Hour of Code is Upon Us!

December8

Here it is that time of year again: The week in which the worldwide Hour of Code initiative (sponsored by Code.org and Computer Education Science Week),  is being held to introduce computer programming to 10 million students and most importantly, to hopefully encourage them to pursue further knowledge in this area—a field that is projected to have […]

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