Technology is always changing. Check out these articles and resources to gain ideas and tips for your classroom.
Free Workshop: How To Use Podcasts In The Classroom
Want to try using podcasts with your students, but are not sure where to start? Maybe you already use podcasts, but want more ideas on how to use them with your students?
If you answered yes to either of those two statements then you need to sign up for my free virtual workshop How to Use Podcasts in the Classroom.
Attendees will come away with practical ideas on how to integrate podcasts into existing lesson plans.
More Technology Posts
Using Technology to Encourage Parent-Teacher Communication
Technology has dramatically changed the way we teach. Students and teachers can now collaborate with peers around the globe instantly. This collaboration adds an authenticity
How To Use Twitter Chats
Twitter has become an excellent way for educators across the globe to connect with one another. I love participating in Twitter chats to get new
Social Media Tips for Teachers
Read about 8 social media tips for teachers. Teachers are public figures. We might not be on the covers of magazines, but our private lives
Managing Technology in the Classroom
Over the past few weeks I have been working with teachers from other neighbouring schools on purposefully integrating more technology into our teaching. It has
Want To Get The Most Use From Your Data Projector?
This month I am happy to be writing another blog post about a useful tip from my classroom. Last month I wrote about Effectively Organizing
Twitter as a Classroom Tool
Ever wonder how to use Twitter as a tool in your classroom? This week I guest posted over at The Organized Classroom Blog on
Using Google Drive (Docs) in the Classroom
I am very excited to a part of this great Bright Ideas Blog Hop for March. We have over 150 bloggers sharing their BEST
12 Pintastic Middle School Pinterest Boards
TWELVE middle school bloggers have gotten together to share with you their favourite Pinterest boards geared towards 6th-8th grade teachers. We hope you enjoy