This is a round up of creative space saving green screen ideas for the classroom! Never tried green screen? Tools from DoInk, iMovie, and WeVideo make it easy. However, not everyone has a green wall or space to dedicate to a green screen "studio" in the classroom. Luckily, as you will see in
I've rounded up 8 tech tools and ideas for using them. Some of these tools are new and some have been around but with new features. Tools are a mix of apps and sites - some are device specific. Thank you to the presenters and EXPO booths at ISTE 2019 for sharing these tools and features.
Learn how to create an engaging scavenger Fliphunt for the end of the year using Flipgrid. Students will love completing tasks and sharing the video results on Flipgrid! What is a Fliphunt on Flipgrid? I first learned about Fliphunts from Kathi Kersznowski A Fliphunt is a scavenger hunt
The following is an edited excerpt from my upcoming book, If Your Classroom Were An App, How Would You Make It User Friendly coming out this summer. There are many design philosophies at play when creating an app or piece of software. Regardless of the particular school of thought, it boils
I get a lot of questions about keyboarding and typing in elementary, mainly what programs I recommend and if I even do it at all. Many teachers are required to provide some sort of keyboarding practice - especially now that most standardized tests are online, but before jumping in, I think teachers
Learn how to use a technology student survey in the classroom to gain insight into your students' experiences with technology in and outside of the classroom. By surveying students about technology, you can push back against the dated and problematic concept of the "digital native" and instead
Use technology daily warm ups as a way to inject some tech into your classroom every day. If you are using technology regularly in the classroom or are a technology teacher with a cart or a lab, check out how these technology daily warm ups can build classroom community, augment your digital
Paper circuits are a simple way to light up the makerspace and infuse STEM into classroom crafts and art activities. Paper circuits are easy to learn and the materials are easily purchased online. Here is a roundup of ideas for using paper circuits in the classroom. Getting Started with Paper