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Chatterpix, 4th Grade & Jupiter

I have used the app Chatterpix with 4th grade and 5th students in previous years, but only with projects where the subjects were people.  This seemed alike a good fit as the point of Chatterpix is to make something talk.   555 more words

Module 8

1 What was your favorite module in this course? Why?

 I liked Module 5 — it forced me to take a look at Instagram in a new light, to see how it would work in the classroom and play with it. 1,521 more words

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Using LiveBinders

By Todd Elliott

University of Phoenix

For educational use only.

Lesson Objective: This is targeted at 9th Grade students in Culinary Arts. Students will be able to create a LiveBinders account, add three categories, add the cover for the category, and add at least two items in the first category. 287 more words


The Twenties, Jazz Age, Harlem Renaissance and Chatterpix

Our fifth grade students are required to be knowledgeable of 5 figures from the 1920’s United States history: Louis Armstrong, Langston Hughes, Babe Ruth, Charles Lindbergh and Henry Ford. 458 more words

Notes Apps- which is best?

We have two and a half wonderful notes apps to choose from in our digital lives. (three and a half if you count LiveBinders) I have been researching many apps for my CSLA Workshop on “The Digital Magic of Organizational Tools for Diverse Users.” For taking notes and more, I really like OneNote, Evernote, and Google Keep. 95 more words