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Assistive Technology…

Assistive Technology…

I believe one of the biggest advantages to having technology in the classroom is the way that it can help students with special needs reach their full potential. It feels like we have come a long ways in this area. Not only do we have more inclusive cl…

Assessment Tools…

Assessment Tools…

That dreaded word…ASSESSMENT! So much of what we do revolves around assessment now. Pre and post assessment, summative, formative and so on. There are a million and one different ways to collect assessment and yet so often we find ourselves strug…

That Social Dilemma…

That Social Dilemma…

I really wasn’t sure what to expect when I pressed play on The Social Dilemma. I honestly did not realize it was recently released. I could have sworn it was from a couple of years ago. I found myself so engaged in the information they were shari…

Sesame Street… the way school should be?

Sesame Street… the way school should be?

So many people have memories of watching Sesame Street growing up.  I, however, was not one of those kids.  I am sure I watched it a little bit but it is not one of the shows that I really remember watching growing up.  I knew the characters but that w…

My Experience with LOGO!

My Experience with LOGO!

Looking at this weeks blog prompts, I thought I would write about the chrome extensions because I had no clue what LOGO was and I didn’t want to mess around with it. However, I have very little to no experience with those so really I was a newbie…

What Kind of Teacher am I?

What Kind of Teacher am I?

I have found myself really reflecting on our class this past week. I keep sitting down in an attempt to write my response but yet I find I am stuck. There is so much to think about from last class that I do not know where to begin. The discussion was d…

Educational Technology

Educational Technology

When I think about educational technology, I find it has changed a lot over the past year due to the circumstances we are currently in.  Some teachers may have already been doing this but others were forced to move our classrooms online. Now that …

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