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Professional Learning Communities

A week ago I wrote about implementing Edmodo Snapshot in my classroom. Using Snapshot was a great experience, and I’d like to elaborate more concerning this excerpt from my previous post: 508 more words

Rise And Converge


The day has come! I have finally decided on Edmodo (www.edmodo.com) as the online course building tool that I will use. I have heard how friendly it is for early elementary users, so I’m excited to get started!

Paperless vs. Less-Paper?

My classroom today uses far less paper than it did when I began teaching 7 years ago.  The major reason behind this change is my school district’s 1:1 laptop initiative.  585 more words

Edmodo Snapshot

Edmodo Snapshot functions exactly like its name; it is a snapshot of where your students are at any given time in relation to mastery of the Common Core Standards. 686 more words

Rise And Converge

Pedagogy Postcard #11: Online Class Forum. Edmodo et al

A series of short posts about specific elements of teaching practice that I think are effective and make life interesting. Some are based on my own lessons and others are borrowed from lessons I’ve observed. 1,466 more words

Pedagogy Postcards

Week in the Rear View1

Earlier this weekend, I read Tara’s weekly Week in Review over at The Librarian Who Doesn’t Say Shhh! and got to thinking about ways to share some of the events that make up my own ‘life process’ in a week’s time. 752 more words


No document camera? No problem! Use your smartphone, Dropbox, and PicMonkey to do even more!

One of the tools I use quite a bit in my English for Academic Purposes (EAP) classroom is a document camera. While I tend to use a lot of computer based tools, it is still easier (and in some ways better) to have students work in pairs and groups on writing projects with pens and paper. 660 more words