4 Reasons To Publish Student Writing As Videos – Guest Post from Meghan Zigmond

4 Reasons To Publish Student Writing As Videos – Guest Post from Meghan Zigmond

This guest post from Innovation Summit Featured Speaker, Meghan Zigmond (@MeghanZigmond) first appeared on Daily Genius. Writer’s Workshop is a magical time in the primary grades. There are students all over the classroom. They’re standing, sitting, wobbling, or laying on their bellies …

Draw and Tell: Create Animated Screencasts with Elementary Students – From Tom

Draw and Tell: Create Animated Screencasts with Elementary Students – From Tom

This post first appeared on Free Technology for Teachers. Thanks to a recent partnership with Khan Academy, Duck Duck Moose has made its terrific Draw and Tell iOS app completely FREE. With Draw and Tell, young students can easily create an animated screencast …

10 New Ideas for Creating Literacy Centers – From Beth Holland

This post first appeared on Daily Genius. Several summers ago, I wrote 10 Ideas for Creating Literacy Centers in response to a request from a Summer Workshop participant. Over the past few weeks, this post has been re-circulated on Social Media, so …

Ten Reasons to Take to an EdTechTeacher Elementary Workshop

Ten Reasons to Take to an EdTechTeacher Elementary Workshop

All of our elementary instructors have taught in K-5 classrooms at some point in their careers.  For that reason, we’ve put together a great set of workshops specific to elementary classrooms. Technology in the Elementary Classroom: July 20-22 in Boston – with Suzy Brooks iPads …

Use Monster Heart Medic to Diagnose a Healthy Lifestyle – From Sabba Quidwai

This post first appeared on Free Technology for Teachers. A recent app developed by UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science, and funded by a National Institutes of Health SEPA Award, serves as a great example for what we can achieve when we …