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Project Reimagine: A New Learning Hub for B-A Students


OK… So, for those of you who tune into my space, you’re probably wondering why I’ve basically dropped off of the blogosphere grid for the majority of this summer… Well, since being hired for a new tech position in my District, I’ve had the awesome opportunity to work on three super cool projects that will […]

Tech-ing It Up at the BAHS Activities Fair


For the second time in two years, the Aevidum Club in our high school sponsored an Activities Fair the day before our holiday break. By donating $1 or a roll of paper towels, students gained admission to the gym which was filled with activities provided by various clubs and organizations—a foul shot competition, corn hole, […]

BAMS Students Sing Santa Claus is Coming to Town (with Classroom Instruments)


Among other numbers, Late Night’s Jimmy Fallon has become known for his skits with various music superstars and the band Roots singing popular tunes using instruments you’d find in an elementary school classroom. For some reason, these performances just crack me up. So, after recently viewing his latest rendition with Adele and her smash hit […]

The Geeky Girl’s 2014 Edublog Awards Nominations


The nominations for the 11th Annual Edublog Awards are officially open, and that can only mean one thing: It’s time for this Geeky Girl to send some love to a few of her most favorite edtech peops! To kick things off, I’d like to give a special shout out to my Tech Club student Aubs (a.k.a. […]

A Veterans Day Video Tribute


In the words of Cicero, “Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.” Two thumbs up for this guy because in my opinion, there’s almost nothing more important than teaching our students about the importance of showing gratitude for and toward others. That said, a few of my Multimedia […]

The Monster Trash: A Recycling Video Sensation!


Last spring my Tech Club students wrote and produced a video about the importance of recycling in our school and submitted it to a contest sponsored by the Intermunicipal Relations Committee of Blair County. Not only did their work earn top honors in the local competition, but the winning video was automatically entered into the State […]

Trashy Tech Club Kids Win Recycling Video Competition


A few weeks ago I wrote a blog post about “The Monster Trash”, a video my BAMS Tech Club students produced and then entered into the Intermunicipal Relations Committee’s Recycling Video Competition. Well, the results have been tabulated and the winner is… Yep, you got it! Those trashy kids of mine managed to win yet […]

Shout It Out with Flocabulary!


One shout out deserves another, right? Well, I think so anyway. So, here’s the situation… For the last few months a few of my very amazing Tech Club students—namely seventh graders Aubree and Quintin—have been submitting entries to the Flocabulary Week in Rap contest to try to win a shout out on their weekly current events […]

Meet the Monster Trash!


So in the words of my most favorite middle school Geeky Girl, Simply Aubree: Ladies and gentlemen, please direct your attention to this screen—even though you’re probably already looking at it! The BAMS Tech Club recently entered a recycling video contest, and we wanted all of you to see the finished product. So, without further […]

What’s Cool in Your School?


If you asked the question “What’s Cool in Your School?” at the Bellwood-Antis Middle School, you’d definitely get this answer: The Tech Club. And that’s why my Geek Squad was featured on the TV-10 Central PA Live show earlier this week. Check out the interview with two of my edtech rock stars—Kermit and Aubree—as they talk tech […]

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