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Unlocking Design Secrets for BreakoutEDUs

Unlocking Design Secrets for Digital BreakoutEDUs – I have created enough to be able to describe my crazy thought process. Continue reading

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TDQ Professional Goal

So now that I have a sizable goal for this year, what is my game plan? I will harness the power of technology to efficiently provide students with a variety of TDQs at their level. This game plan includes Newsela, Google Classroom/Google Docs duo, and Flocabulary. Continue reading

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Create Your Own Zombie Adventure

I was so inspired by last night’s #sstlap chat I couldn’t sleep much. Instead, I created my own adventure. Students will practice latitude and longitude while having to survive a zombie pandemic. Continue reading

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A New Year of Goals

This year is slightly different than previous years; I actually get to prep for a 1:1 iPad classroom instead of a BYOT environment. I thrived with BYOT, but it did leave some room for improvement with equality (self-explanatory) and consistency … Continue reading

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Reflect and Refresh

The last day with students is the perfect time to push refresh and to start dreaming about an awesome new school year. Every year I ask my students to take a survey about our class content and delivery. Google Forms … Continue reading

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Collaborative iBook Publishing

I would love if more people shared an Edcamp story. It does not have to be long or life altering, it could just be something funny or memorable. I have so many stories I could tell, like the multiple road trips, or the mouse in the house at Edcamp Philly 2013, or the friends I seek out every edcamp I attend … PLEASE SHARE A STORY. Encourage others to attend a local edcamp. Continue reading

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Free Range Google

No, Free Range Google is not an official thing … yet, but it is the best way I can think to describe the part of my class where I remove the barriers and let the students wonder and search. This is counter some of the arguments on Twitter recently from my PLN, but that is why I have necessary pre-requisites: Continue reading

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Brainstorms for Geography

Summer has a way of inspiring great ideas because there is no pressure to write lesson plans. These are some of my lesson brainstorms for teaching different parts of the geography curriculum that I do not want to forget. Absolute Location … Continue reading

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GoogleGlass Week4

Today is my one month anniversary for class. Our bond has successfully lasted as long as most of my high school relationships, with the same emotional up and downs, elation to frustration to joy to confusion. This week I dreamed … Continue reading

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GoogleGlass Week3

The excitement this week was bringing Google Glass to BYOT^4  Club. I created a FlipChart to explain the different functions they could try with GoogleGlass. Because the ratio of students to Glass was not balanced, I told the students to research … Continue reading

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