Blended Learning

CUE’d Up with Sarah — Spotlight on Tara Linney

CUE’d Up with Sarah — Spotlight on Tara Linney

Tara Linney is an award-winning Learning Innovation Coach, recognized for her work in gender equity in the teaching of computer programming, global collaborations in education, and educational coaching.  According to Tara, there is an imbalance in the field of...Read more ›
Getting Animated With Google Slides and Screencastify

Getting Animated With Google Slides and Screencastify

I’m going to go into some detail about the process my class used to animate our Google Slides, but I got all my information from Sam Patterson’s blog here. Follow Sam, he’s good people (plural, if you count the puppets). Truthfully, there’s a...Read more ›
A 1:1 Journey Pt 2- Sliding Into Routines

A 1:1 Journey Pt 2- Sliding Into Routines

This post is part two of an ongoing series where fifth-grade teacher and blog editor Doug Robertson reflects on his class’s first year with 1:1 technology. Read part one here. I turned to my student teacher. “That took way too long. We need to rethink...Read more ›
Write, Review, Repeat with the Tsunami Writing Challenge

Write, Review, Repeat with the Tsunami Writing Challenge

Getting students to write, present their work, or even read can be hard work. Over the past few years, I have tackled different approaches to get students to present in my World Language and Computer Science classroom, including Iron Chef lesson design and Pecha...Read more ›
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