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The Itinerary of King John & the Rotuli Litterarum Patentium

The Itinerary of King John project was originally designed to be simply a more convenient way to access the scanned pages and indexes of the Rotuli Litterarum Patentium on the internet. 172 more words


Password Manager: Make sure you've signed up before the holiday break.

New this year…  Password Manager! 

We tested it out with the Grade 9’s during their Orientation sessions and advertised to the rest of the school population afterwards… 151 more words


Beyond Funny Cat Videos

This week at Breakfast Bytes (where Saint Brigid School teachers look at strategies for integrating Google into the classroom and ways to facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity), we discussed best practices for implementing YouTube in ways that are effective for classroom instruction — in other words, when a funny cat video just won’t do. 443 more words

Curriculum Connections

OER - What's it Look Like in Practice?

If you missed our last post, Name That Initialism, we introduced OER or Open Educational Resource(s). If the concept of OER is new to you, you might want to start by scanning that post and watching the video clip… 279 more words


Use What You Know

After a slow start to our technology integration plans (one-on-one instruction works, group thinks in the middle of the school day don’t), we’ve hit “reset” and found times before and after school that work for most of our faculty. 297 more words

Curriculum Connections

Monday Spotlight: FirstSearch

FirstSearch databases contains 14 different databases (described below) that are free to access if you are an Illinois resident. Access requires an authorization code and password.   143 more words

Monday Spotlight

Name That Initialism

Much like other fields of practice, education owns its share of acronyms and initialisms. One that is relatively new to the K-12 scene is OER. 190 more words