Category Archives: Technology

Twitter in MY Classroom? This Is What It Looks Like.

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It’s Monday afternoon in a kindergarten class in an elementary school in Anytown, USA. Five- and six-year-olds are gathering to think about their day, what they’ve learned, and what they’d like to share via Twitter to fellow classmates in Indonesia, … Continue reading

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Your iPad® Classroom: 6 Mistakes to Avoid

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Every day you seem to hear or read about a school or district that’s buying iPads for the classroom. This alone is an astonishing development. The iPad hasn’t really been around all that long. And educators aren’t known for being … Continue reading

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Blogging is Writing!

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By Laureen Reynolds, SDE Educational Consultant In my last post, I challenged you to start thinking outside of the ELA box just a bit and to integrate some tech through blogging. Remember, blogging is writing! If you are reading this, that … Continue reading

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Twitter for Teachers: Don’t Be Left Behind!

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What does Twitter mean to you? As an educator, you may not have given this much thought. When you’re busy planning lessons, figuring out how to meet the standards, and keeping your “active” class in check, hopping onto a Twitter … Continue reading

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The Ins-and-Outs of Researching with Young Learners

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By Laureen Reynolds, SDE Educational Consultant The last time you heard from me, we talked a little about research projects, and hopefully I’ve calmed your jittery stomach a bit about doing such things with students who aren’t yet proficient readers and … Continue reading

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