Friday, December 23, 2016

Collaborative Projects

Collaborative project ideas focuses on various online tools. Check out link from We Are Teachers Blog:

Monday, November 14, 2016

Video Notes

Video Notes allows students (or teachers!) to take synchronized notes when watching a video. Check out

Friday, April 8, 2016

Blendspace and Perspecs

Flip the classroom, create interactive lessons, differentiate instruction with Blendspace.

Explore the app Perspecs to dig into three different perspectives of the same news story to probe point of view:
More info about Perspecs from Free Technology for Teachers

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Ted Talks by Kid Lit Authors

Developed at The University of Michigan – Flint and Ann ArborImagineNation Matters “virtual tour” modules are like storybooks come to life, in which upper elementary students can experience, for example, the human drama of the Underground Railroad or life as a modern Arab American. Each of the modules is in the form of a story that involves protagonists of the approximate age of student participants. As they turn the pages of their virtual storybook, students are prompted with questions to consider. Students’ comments are responded to by University of Michigan student mentors, who speak in the voices of the characters in the stories. These mentored conversations continue throughout the tour, offering students a chance to develop writing and research skills while they experience important moments in history. (Daily Digest from Amazing Resources--edWeb)