Posts filed under ‘Technology in class’
The latest project about to launch in 7th grade science, hitting concepts in animal behavior and natural selection as well as quite a few ELA CC standards. Animal stalking and film making, creative script writing skills included as well as hopefully, hilariousness.
I’m excited about this because I’m getting kids to make my favorite kind of YouTube time waster! Here’s a link to the class room ready project with stepping stones and links for a self-paced, student centered project. Let me know how it goes and I’ll update in the comments section too. It’s at NextLesson.org
5 minute teacher chalk-and-talk screen casts for kids to review key concepts makes a real difference for all students who miss a bit of instruction. Here’s the why and how to get started…
The nuts, gravel and bolts of using Google Docs with 8th grade science classes. Read this before you lose your mind too – it WILL be better next time 🙂
What’s the real point of technology in the classroom? It’s far bigger than I thought before attending ISTE.
… but emptying it right now, right here – the haps from apps central – ISTE day 3 in San Diego. Someone’s got to do it…
After a bit of skepticism, there’s still plenty to like at ISTE today, including the white sand beach in the evening.