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Student Collaboration with iMovie

Student Collaboration with iMovie

“Competition makes us Faster; Collaboration makes us Better” I am a person that needs closure and feedback.  When I submit a paper to a professor, I anxiously await his review.  Gone Girl was not the movie for me.  A story or task needs to be tied up in a little bow.  Students need this as … 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

Interactive Science Journals Using Book Creator

“Science does not know its debt to imagination.”  ~Ralph Waldo Emerson Yes, I am talking about using the Book Creator application again.  Maybe because my students use it so easily, maybe because other apps can be loaded into the app, or maybe because this app can be used for any subject and can challenge any … Continue reading