Monthly Archives: November 2009

Friday Tech Roundup #2

Here are my weeks Tech Showcase projects. First, A big shout out to The 5th grade team who are off and running with class blogging. I especially invite you to look at the 5TM and 5SH class blogs, but more … Continue reading

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Friday Tech Roundup #2

Here are my weeks Tech Showcase projects. First, A big shout out to The 5th grade team who are off and running with class blogging. I especially invite you to look at the 5TM and 5SH class blogs, but more … Continue reading

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Friday Tech Roundup #1

On Fridays I have started to send an email to staff letting them know of all the great things tech happening in the ES. It is almost impossible for teachers to get into eachothers classrooms so I decided to bring … Continue reading

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Friday Tech Roundup

I have started to do a weekly tech roundup here at SAS. I usually include 1-2 integration projects as well as something that teachers can use in their personal lives for their own productivity. Here was my first attempt. I … Continue reading

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Art and Math-Like PB and J

I had the chance this week of seeing 5LH use some great tessellation sites in teaching math this week. Below are three sites she used.  The first is worth a look as it kind of outlines the process of how … Continue reading

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Getting Out of the Office

(The above picture has nothing to do with digital literacy) There are times where I have to force myself out of my office. Between the constant deluge of emails, administering different portal apps that we use here at school and … Continue reading

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Guitar Lessons Gone Digital

Ok, I have to admit it, its the tech part of me that is responsible for this but I think my guitar teacher is getting phased out….for my laptop. It isn’t that he is not a good teacher or anything, … Continue reading

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1st Graders go Grocery Shopping…Virtually

The 1st graders have been busy studying food as of late. As part of their unit they are making informed decisions about foods that healthy vs. foods that might taste good but not be so good for you. Part of … Continue reading

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1st Graders Grocery Shop Virtually

The 1st graders have been busy studying food as of late. As part of their unit they are making informed decisions about foods that healthy vs. foods that might taste good but not be so good for you. Part of … Continue reading

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-11-02

@intrepidteacher don’t know if it the best. Lots out there but it is pretty cool and the kids can embed it as a widget in their blogs. in reply to intrepidteacher # @intrepidteacher there is also a social networking aspect … Continue reading

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