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“Math Pentagon” App
Ms. Ken recommends Math Pentagon, a new iPad app that she enjoys using with her class. Math Pentagon covers a wide range of math topics, has built in worksheets and allows her to generate performance reports on student progress.
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Cellular Homework Hotline
With a cell phone and two spare minutes, you can use Ms. Masino’s idea for helping students transition to middle school. Her innovative strategy keeps students (and their parents!) up to speed on all classroom assignments and events.
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Communicating with Technology
Each week my children dictate a summary of our week. I act as recorder and type their words into Microsoft Word. We then add a graphic that applies to the week's highlights. Children are able to view ...
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Cutting Costs
A lab that requires a formidable amount of data and costs quite a bit of money can be split between two high schools with the help of email. The data found in the two labs can be used in both schools ...
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Daily Tweet
Everyone tweets these days, especially Ms. Ahlgren’s students. Find out how she’s using Twitter to keep students (and their parents!) up-to-date on classroom notices, homework, missed assignments, and more.
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Digital Learning Day with Mystery Skype
Every day is Digital Learning Day in this teacher’s classroom. Find out how her students use digital tools on a daily basis and how you can bring these technologies to your classroom. Who wants to play “Mystery Skype”?
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Easy Updated Seating Charts
When I make or update my seating chart, I use the software aplication...
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Electronic Parent Contacts
Beth loves her mobile device. She can synch it to her computer to type notes and contact information for easier tracking. She downloads and prints her notes before meetings. Read more about how this tiny technical tool can help you stay organized too.
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Electronic Pen Pals
Our first and fourth grade students are electronic pen pals. The students are each assigned a buddy to correspond with through email. They exchange letters, questions and responses. The result has bee...
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Enlarged Mouse Pads
Her young students sometimes have difficulty keeping their mice on their pads, so Ms. Sharpless came up with a unique, inexpensive solution that helps students point, click and scroll with ease. Find out how she did it.
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