I have been working with children since I was a teen (17). When I was in high school, teacher's aide and office aide were electives. I was Mrs. Cabil's Kindergarten aide and she was an amazing teacher. I LOVED working with her students who are adults now. WOW. There was one girl in particular who … Continue reading #WhyITeach
Many math teachers are looking for ways to incorporate digital tools into their lessons. Well, I have a tool for you... EquatIO, which is a digital tool that allows the creation of mathematical formulas, equations, Desmo graphs, and more on a computer, Chromebook, or tablet. It has Read&Write literacy software integrated, which can read mathematical expressions … Continue reading EqautIO
Congratulations to University Place and Ms. White's students for earning their reward from the first round of the #TCSRobotChallenge! Many teachers told me they wanted to participate, but couldn't find the time to allow their students to dive in so I am hosting the challenge again this semester. I hope you all can participate this … Continue reading #TCSRobotChallenge
Last week, I blogged about apps you can use to communicate with parents for EdTechTeam for #NationalParentsAsTeachersDay (November 8). It was an honor to blogged for them for the second time. I hope you all find the blog beneficial. If you have any recommendations/suggestions, post them in the comment section below or send me a … Continue reading Top 10 Ways to Involve Parents Using #EdTech
Interactive worksheets have been a big deal for some time now. I learned about them this summer and my mind was blown. They are easy, simple, and so fun! I think many upper grade classes would benefit from this tool. Try it out and let me know how it works for you! If you need … Continue reading Interactive Worksheets
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