Tagged with 4th grade technology

MIA: Learning a balance in life and technology

MIA: Learning a balance in life and technology

Wondering why I haven’t blogged since OCTOBER?!??!! The answer: pregnancy and a newborn.  I have acclimated to being a mama.  Now it’s time to go back to sharing my students’ work.  Check back for ideas on how to incorporate technology into classroom management, ways to share student iPad projects, and how to develop reading comprehension … Continue reading

iTunesU Connecting Classrooms and Teachers

iTunesU Connecting Classrooms and Teachers

iTunesU is a revolutionary tool. Period.  It is the greatest tool I have used in my classroom and it redefines learning.  To optimally implement the use of this tool in one’s room, there must be an atmosphere of trust present.  Creating a space that allows students to work cooperatively and trust that work is getting … Continue reading

360 Degrees of Collaboration With iPads

360 Degrees of Collaboration With iPads

“The most courageous act is still to think for yourself.  Aloud” – Coco Chanel Reflection is an essential step in preparing for an upcoming school year.  A little under a year ago I made point in a post that, “An iPad is a versatile, functional, and essential tool for a classroom built around a community … 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

Looking Toward The Future With Technology In Mind

Looking Toward The Future With Technology In Mind

“Develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation.” -Brian Tracy Teachers are a rare breed of human being that can write a nurses’ slip, log onto a student’s MyOn account, and … Continue reading