On June 1, I completed my first year as an Instructional Technology Coach for Tuscaloosa City Schools. I served 13 schools (yes, THIRTEEN) as best as I could. I focused on building relationships, communication, and availablity. I didn't complain because I know people who are serving over 30 schools alone. There were days I wanted … Continue reading Ready, Set, Goals!
I attended my first ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) conference this year in Chicago. The weather was nice and cozy, even on the days it rained. People were EVERYWHERE, yet it still didn't feel like they were in a rush. The girls (team) and I really had a nice time. Dr. Miyoshi "Doctor … Continue reading Top 5 Experiences from #ISTE18
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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