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Kahoot: An Engaging Way To Review

Kahoot: An Engaging Way To Review

I hate how many passwords my students need to access programs we use in the classroom.  All passwords are stored in agendas, but a program has to be valuable in order for me to add another set of passwords and usernames to the gamut.  Kahoot is the type of program worth adding to the list … Continue reading

Vocabulary Differentiation with iPads

Vocabulary Differentiation with iPads

Do you teach in a classroom with twenty-five students reading on the same level?  Do all of your students comprehend lessons at the exact same time? Congratulations, you are probably the only teacher in the world that actually has a group of students previously described. Classrooms are made for teachers to differentiate.  If a teacher … Continue reading

Personalized Education with eduCanon

Personalized Education with eduCanon

“We are all students and teachers in life. Some will get the message and some will not.  It all depends on who is open, ready, and willing to use whatever tools that we are given to guide, help, and to support our path on this journey in this place we call life!” – Andrew Guzaldo … Continue reading

Tangible Play: A Contagious Way To Learn

Tangible Play: A Contagious Way To Learn

Do you want to trick your son or daughter into thinking?  Tangible Play is the way to do it!  So often in education history, teachers and schools took thinking out of the classroom ( I fell victim to this in elementary school!).  Have you done this worksheet? Good. Can you spell unfinished? Great!  You want … Continue reading

The NEW Way To Learn Those Dreaded Math Facts

The NEW Way To Learn Those Dreaded Math Facts

 “Research has shown that if students develop automaticity with their math facts, they can focus on solving problems rather than the basic facts involved in the task.  Mastery of basic facts means that a child can give a quick response (in about 3 seconds) without resorting to non-efficient means, such as counting” -Washington County Schools … Continue reading

ChatterPix Kids:  Bring Any Image To Life!

ChatterPix Kids: Bring Any Image To Life!

This poem was created by one of my darlings in class using the BookCreator app.  No inspiring or theory supported quote is needed when a child approves of something you are doing in class.  The child’s belief in a program (that is educational and occurs in school) is evidence enough that it is working. We … Continue reading