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Going Non-Linear In 5 Minutes-ish

A quick guide to adapting your current linear curriculum to a basic non-linear format.

I have written about my thoughts, intents, and justifications for reorganizing my traditional linear plans into a more non-linear format in a previous blog both on my site… 226 more words

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Samsung Chromebook Plus, it has apps!

Chromebooks have been filling a fairly specific roll over the past few years. They’re cheap and they’re simple, both very good things, but not massively functional like a laptop, and not really tempting as a companion device like a tablet. 1,906 more words


Breaking Through The Lines: Non-linear Planning Provides Choice

Even in a highly structured content area like math non-linear organization provides choice and helps students make connections.

Math people love lines. High school and middle school teachers love straight lines.   892 more words

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21st Century Classroom

What does a 21st Century Classroom look like? Here’s what I have found in my research (in no particular order):

  1. Paperless – not a reality unless you are 1:1.
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´╗┐Chromebooks: Google vs. Office365-Priniting and "Handheld" access

Hooray for printing! Our division office team has had me do some testing with printing from the Chromebooks and it seems like they have chosen/implemented an effective system. 353 more words

Trying Something New

Paperless Music Classroom

While doing research for my math and science classrooms, I came across this article titled “The Paperless Music Classroom” by Robin Giebelhausen. Giebelhausen, Robin. “The Paperless Music Classroom.” General Music Today29.2 (2016): 45-49. 171 more words


Going Paperless

Ok, you are 1:1 now what…my school is looking ahead and we are pushing our teachers to look at their copies and see where they can downsize. 314 more words