The transition to distance learning isn’t going to be easy. There’s no doubt that this shift is going to put a lot of pressure on teachers, students, and parents. With the situation being so fluid, it’s hard to know what
On the Sunday before we returned to school after the winter break, my sister sent me a message to tell me about an idea I should try with my students. She suggested that I get the students to put together
I attended my first “day” of the Digital Lead Learner program today. I walked home – about 45 minutes – afterward, with a new Chromebook in hand. I thought the walk would help me reflect on the day, and it
In this video, I go through the steps used to set up student blogs with Blogger. The focus is on getting started and changing privacy settings. Be sure to leave a comment, sharing your experience with student blogs.
One thing I want to do this year is to integrate as much technology as possible into my teaching practice. There are a few reasons for this, but I think the one that affects my decisions most is just that
First period on Monday, I was called down to the office during my prep. I cursed a little under my breath because I still feel fear whenever I’m called to the office. As it turns out, I was being called
Last year, I was teaching digital literacy to students from kindergarten to grade three. Then, I was on a cart, wheeling around iPads from classroom to classroom, engaging students in various projects to help get them familiar with how to