Teachers know it is important when creating technology rules in the classroom to get students involved. But if you want to help students unlearn unexpected tech behaviors, be sure NOT to do this one thing! Unlearning Technology Usage Have you started to use devices in school yet this year?
Headphone storage and management in the classroom doesn't have to be a headache with these clever storage ideas and headphone organization accessories. Headphone Headaches in the classroom can be divided into three categories: TypeStorageManagement The type of headphones you have will
Recording in the classroom has changed rapidly over the last few years with the rise of easy-to-use programs like Flipgrid, Seesaw, Chatterpix, Book Creator and other programs and apps with audio and video components. Likewise, the need for space and procedures for recording in the classroom has
Whether you have 1:1 devices or a few to share, are just going digital this year or have had access to devices in the classroom for years - here are some questions for you to ask yourself as you set up your digital classroom this year for smooth technology integrating! So cut down on wasted time
Digital assessments and assignments are becoming the norm in many connected classrooms. Teachers love the time-saving aspect and the ability to give students instant feedback. Students benefit from the differentiation and being able to work at their own pace. However, communicating grades and
Collaborative learning with Google Apps for Education (or GAFE) has never been easier as many schools are assigning safe Google Accounts for students to use. Students can share, comment, and even work together on the same document using the same sharing settings available in a traditional
I love the idea of exit tickets, and especially digital exit tickets. I think having students quickly reflect on what they learned and giving instant feedback is a powerful tool in the classroom. However the reality of exit tickets can sometimes make their implementation cumbersome. Plus we are
"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