See how a fourth grade teacher, Whitney Thering, took read aloud with her students to a whole new level with the Global Read Aloud program!
Digital portfolios have never been easier! Peter Grostic takes you though Seesaw 101 so your students can start creating portfolios today!
See how Sara used Google slides to allow her students the incredible opportunity to work together, in a digital setting, on a social studies project in real time!
"Super simple, super easy!"
Check out Lauren's awesome take on Digital Interactive Math Notebooks!
"Sometimes I feel like I am searching for ways to integrate the technology into my lessons but this was such a simple transition."
Skype in the Classroom! Getting your students to places they have never been before!
DK Students take a virtual field trip to the orchard and speak with a real life apple farmer! See how even the youngest of students can use Skype in the classroom to explore the world!
"Nerd of the Month!! I never thought I’d be called that. Guess that goes to show you that you can teach old dog new tricks. Really not that old, and they really aren’t new tricks, but the ideas I want to share will add a bit of spice to your teaching and the benefits are amazing."
Do you want to break down your classroom walls? Then consider simulcasting your classroom live. It is very easy to do and your students and parents will love it but only if you have purposeful intention. As an educator you might be able to tap into an authentic audience that empowers and motivates your students like never before. I've been "turning on the camera" for 4 years now and I've felt my own anxiety but I've also experienced the tremendous positives. Be bold and go LIVE!
Jay has traveled all across the country as a keynote speaker for countless edtech conferences. This month he was kind enough to stop by 2 Nerds and a Computer to share his thoughts on how social media can help develop stronger relationships with students in your classroom, even before they arrive in the fall.
"It was never about having the technology, but having the technology let us do so many things in so many different ways." See how Zach Ripley, a professional learning consultant from Communications by Design gamified his classroom opening up the door for his students creativity, and allowing them to thrive in his Aviation History and Literature classroom.