Category Archives: Forward Thinking

ISTE Ideas 07/03/2015

Get your kids moving with GoNoodle activities – Brain Breaks Quick active activities to give students a brain break. Tags: #istefind – By L Butler Street View Treks – Google Maps So many of these will connect perfectly with the … Continue reading

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ISTE Ideas 07/02/2015

WikiSummarizer Good pre-research activity to refine the topic to key points. Tags: research, summary, #istefind – By L Butler Free Online Video Editor and Maker | WeVideo Tags: collaboration, video, #istefind Imagine Easy Scholar Tags: annotate, research, citation, #istefind Citelighter … Continue reading

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ISTE Ideas 07/01/2015

Igniting Research BYOD Session ISTE 2015 – Google Slides Tags: iste, research, #istefind Posted from Diigo. The rest of ISTE ideas group favorite links are here.

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ISTE Ideas 06/30/2015

Global Nomads: be a citizen of the world They design and facilitate a virtual exchange for young people about civic engagement, media literacy, and/or STEM. Tags: global, intercultural, #istefind – By L Butler Build 4 Bethesda – Home Tags: student, … Continue reading

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ISTE Ideas 06/29/2015

Heifer International | Charity Ending Hunger And Poverty Tags: poverty, charity, food, #istefind Visible Tweet: A fun and vibrant Twitter visualisation I want to use this at Edcamp Hershey! Bright colors and fun animations. No account necessary, just type in … Continue reading

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I feel like I won the lottery …

Of course, I did. In March I was selected in the lottery to participate in #edcampUSA at the Department of Education on Friday, May 29th. The learning, conversations, and friendships that sprung from the day make me feel like I … Continue reading

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Dear Parents

Dear Parents, We are about to embark on a new journey. You will watch your babies transform into pre-teens, no longer elementary students, but 6th graders at the middle school. I am transitioning with them, from the Spanish teacher to … Continue reading

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