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  • Turning the Tides in Eduation towards Innovation

    Avenues for learning a new skill or craft has many more options these days.  My son decided he wanted to learn how to play the guitar in middle school.  He attended guitar club meetings and learned some basics. From that point on he went to his favorite training ground, Youtube, and decided to learn from […] More

  • Twitter – Blended Learning Workshop – #BlendedBagwell

                                   140 Characters – can change the world!   Twitter is a great tool for educators to use in developing their professional learning network (PLN).  Follow experts in the field, organizations, a 24 hour a day stream of ideas, collaborations, experiences, and […] More

  • Twitter Challenge – Pre-service Teachers

    #PSTPLN – Pre-Service Teacher Twitter Challenge Challenge 1: Introduce yourself to the #pstpln community. Send a tweet describing who you are and what you want to gain from this challenge. Send out a tweet that celebrates something that you learned or observed as a result of teaching today. Add the tags: #EDMG4403F17 and #pstpln Post your […] More

  • Twitter – Become a Connected Educator – PLN!

        140 Characters – can change the world!   Twitter is a great tool for educators to use in developing their professional learning network (PLN).  Follow experts in the field, organizations, a 24 hour a day stream of ideas, collaborations, experiences, and sharing of resources.  Twitter promotes global thinking!   Consider setting up separate Twitter […] More

  • Adobe Spark

    By: Helen Maddox Adobe Spark is a very robust, free, video creation tool that is easy to use. Search through copyright free images, icons, and music to add to your Spark video project. Running on multiple platforms, and app for devices, makes this tool a great option for any classroom.  Spark provides students the option […] More

  • Art Meets Technology!

    Art reaches across the curriculum and can be used to support Universal Design for Learning by providing all students multiple ways to represent what they know.  Fantastic art resources  and apps are available on all devices, on the web, as addons for Chrome and Windows, and for showcasing artwork.  Here are some great resources for […] More

  • Epic!

    The first all-you-can-read eBook app for kids 12 and under. www.getepic.com Free educator account @EpicKidsBooks To register:Go to www.getepic.com Click on Educators – if you want the free accountClick Get Started – next screen click Get StartedComplete information and click Let’s Read Once you login you are under a guest profile – if you want […] More

  • Kahoot!

    Thanks to Tim Smith for posting- Twitter: @TechnologyTym   “Kahoot! is a free game-based learning platform that makes it fun to learn – any subject, in any language, on any device, for all ages!” – GetKahoot.com Kahoot! is taking classrooms by storm all over the world.  It is a great choice for educators as it supports […] More

  • KSU Children’s Literature Conference – 2016

    Have you ever read a book and learned about far away places?  How great it would be to go on a virtual field trip!  Check the resources below and search for locations that tie into literature. Wagons Ho! Oregon Trail Webquest Resources: Google Maps – Independence Rock State Park:http://bit.ly/1RjJIzj Google Street View:  Venice – Rialto […] More

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