Kindergartners recording their themselves for their eBook with @storykit
Preschooler using a stylus to write in a cursive app. #cursive #ipad #appchat #edtech #education
Anchor charts are great for students who need help in “anchoring” their learning to unknown experiences and topics. These visual resources provide students with relevant and current learning content whenever they need them. Anchor charts also help students make a connection to past learned content to their current learning content. In my computer class especially, students will understand that there is a transfer of current knowledge to learning of new technologies (Standard 6a).
Here is the anchor chart I created for my 1st graders who are learning about word processing.
Here is an “Digital Comic” anchor chart I created for my kindergarten students.
Here is an anchor chart for advanced Google Search skills (created by HackCollege.com) that I added for my upper elementary students.
I also added some more posters that I thought would be relevant to my students.
Letters from Students!
I would say this is my favorite addition to my computer lab! Appreciate the love that my students give me!
Finally got #AndroidKitkat on my Nexus 7 this morning!
Girls gathering resources from their environment for their community in #Minecraft PE. #socialstudies #minecraftinedu
3rd grader explaining how to craft to the teacher with #Minecraft PE. #socialstudies #minecraftinedu
3rd graders finding a plot of land to start their community with #Minecraft PE. #socialstudies
62 GBs and counting with @Dropbox #dropboxreferral #dropbox
Angela won another Great Idea! Turkey Award at our school. The two-time winner is the #Lebron of reading specialists! @omissangelao #thechosenone #striveforgreatness
QR Voice: Generate #QRcodes of your audio message
Toy Company’s Ad for Future Female Engineers
Goldie Blox is a toy company that creates construction toys from a female perspective. Their goal is to help solve the discrepancy between women and men in engineering fields.
1st Grade Thanksgiving Cards with Apple’s Pages
1. Painting application
Have your students draw a picture using a painting application. My students used Doozla to draw their picture, and then took a screenshot (command + shift + 4).
2. Open Pages and choose a template
Choose the Happy Birthday Card template under the Cards & Invitations section. Have your students save their document with the proper naming convention.
3. Insert Image
Have your students insert their image by dragging and dropping it into their document, or by going to Insert and then Choose. Your students will need to use a text box to create their title.
On the left, right-click on your page and then click on Duplicate. The second page will be used for the actual message inside the card.
5. Print and Staple
#1stgrade Thanksgiving cards with Pages #edtech #education #kispd
#1stgrade Thanksgiving card with Pages #edtech #education #kispd
1. Open your Capture app. Rotate your iOS device to record video, or tap on the ALL VIDEOS icon at the bottom of the screen to choose a video you already took. Then choose the video you would like to upload from the video list on the right.
2. You can add music at the top of the screen. You can also edit the video by adding a new clip or adding an existing clip.
3. Title your video, change your privacy settings, choose a social media site to share your video, and then tap on UPLOAD at the top right corner.