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¿Mis alumnos--usando Pinterest? ¡Sí!

Una foto vale mil palabras.  Muchos de nosotros (y nuestros alumnos) aprendemos mejor viendo algo nuevo que escuchandolo.  ¿Qué mejor manera para los alumnos muestren su aprendizaje que con imágenes?   146 more words

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Are you a visual learner? Pinterest can help.

A picture is worth a thousand words.  Many of us (and our students) are visual learners.  What better way to ask students to show what they are learning or creating, than with pictures?   140 more words


Google Earth Heads to the Classroom With National Geographic and PBS

Google continues to make inroads into the classroom.

The search giant said Monday it created ten educational experiences based on its popular Google Earth program that lets people explore places in the world through satellite imagery. 158 more words


Exploring: Presentation Tools

I know. I know you’re cringing. You read “presentation tools” and you thought “UGH POWERPOINT.” I promise, this is a PowerPoint free zone!

This week was so fun, I got to spend some time exploring some new-to-me presentation tools: … 440 more words

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Using My Maps for Inquiry Projects

It seems the most popular programs used for inquiry project presentations are Google Slides, Microsoft PowerPoint, Prezi, Emaze and etc… Sometimes we overlook tools which may empower students to dive deeper into their research. 152 more words

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Create Fluid Quizzes on Canvas

Do you have access to Canvas? There are some amazing features, aren’t there? So many, that it can be a bit overwhelming. The other side of that is the temptation to keep everything extremely basic, but that means you aren’t taking advantage of all of the bells and whistles at your disposal. 1,044 more words

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