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 relaxed. They’re thinking, sketching, writing, reading, sharing with partners, adding details, and more. […]

Google Classroom + Apple Classroom = The Complete iPad Classroom – From Ben Sondgeroth

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Learn more from Ben by connecting with him on Twitter! @Mr_Sondgeroth When schools deliver iPads into their classrooms, teachers often respond with two questions: how do I organize my students’ digital coursework and how will my classroom management change?  With the release of iOS 9.3 in 2016, teachers now have two answers to these questions. […]

PBL and Politics – Join #MyParty16

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Many thanks to Mike Kaechele, National Faculty member at the Buck Institute and teacher at Kent Innovation High, as well as Sarah Field, Curriculum and Program Manager at the Buck Institute, for sharing the details of this project. In the fall of 2008, I asked my 7th and 8th grade students a single driving question: […]