This is a post for my remote teaching friends or even my friends who are in person but don’t want to touch papers. It’s a scary time we live in and the less we touch the better. During emergency remote learning in the Spring, I had students send me images of their work. Many of… Continue reading Scanning Apps for Remote Learning
If you didn’t know, I am a HUGE fan of Wakelet. See, I was at the very beginning of the Pinterest craze all those years ago because I LOVED the visual aspect of storing my bookmarks. Wakelet hits the visual aspect for me too but it’s easier to share with others and it can be… Continue reading Wakelet and Spaces
A combination of events led to the creation of this digital flip book. Event 1: Our school ended up with “air quality” issues due to “spores” created from flooding in the school and hot air. Because of this, everything porous is our rooms were thrown in the dumpster. This is 20 years of books, memories,… Continue reading Digital FlipBook
I have been a fan of John Meehan since he wrote a guest blog post on Ditch That Textbook. His book EdRenaline Rush is also amazing! He is a very helpful, kind, giving educator that you should definitely follow on Twitter. This is an activity he posted last year and again this year. Many people… Continue reading Syllabus Activity
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