The tablet stands for the classroom you purchase will depend on the devices you have, the ways you use them, the ages of your students, and your budget. Or if you are like me, you will buy all of them and realize you have an unhealthy collection of tablet stands. The good news is, I can
Digital Learning Day activities and resources This is your third stop on the Scan Your Way to Digital Learning Day blog hop. If you are just joining us, then click HERE to start at the beginning with Tech with Jen and to be sure to grab all of the free lessons, resources, and tips for using QR
Is screen time in the classroom a negative thing? Concerns about the negative effects of too much screen time are often directed towards video games, mobile devices, and screens used for entertainment. NPRed explores the idea that there are different types of screen time and that screen time used
Have you updated your elementary classroom iPads to the latest iOS and checked out the newest features and iPad settings? Maybe, like us, you waited a bit before jumping on the updating bandwagon. Oftentimes it is worth waiting for patches and app updates before jumping in. Updating to iOS 9?
"How do I hold students accountable?" is a concern I often hear when the topic of technology use in the classroom is discussed. While there are some sites and apps that do allow teachers to monitor students' choices, levels, and progress, most of those will cost money. Plus, many of the sites and
I been asked quite a bit how I find so many different apps to use with my students. Sometimes the app is a popular one that has been mentioned on a zillion tech blogs or pinned a bunch on Pinterest. However, many of the lessons I create may revolve around apps that are little known. While I will
Technology Fluency - What is it? Technology fluency is the ability to navigate various devices, programs, and apps - even those that haven't been used before - with ease and understanding. In the elementary classroom, a learner with technology fluency is the one who is able to get started on
Anchor charts are the staple of any elementary classroom - even in a connected classroom - and having posters for students to reference is key to their internalizing information taught. Now that most anchor charts can be purchased digitally, there are options for printing them to best meet the