Creativity and Imagination

TLC Ninja Coffee Bean Featuring Doug Robertson

Doug Robertson, a 5th-Grade teacher, challenged his students to learn something new via Hobby Projects. Doug was featured on Episode 21 of TLC Ninja. Find out more about how Doug inspired his students to do magic, learn to ride a unicycle, and do ventriloquism.Read more ›
Learning to Teach for the Future

Learning to Teach for the Future

“If you can dream it, you can code it.” As I looked around the huge ballroom filled with eager educators, Hadi Partovi’s words began to energize and excite me. It also seemed Partovi’s words were having a similar effect on the overly air conditioned room, filled with...Read more ›
New Year, New Transitions (and Timers)

New Year, New Transitions (and Timers)

How often do you set a timer in order for students to complete a task? I know I do. Most often we find a timer online, set it to countdown mode, and project it for the students to see. The students then monitor their time and adjust accordingly. Okay, they don’t focus...Read more ›
Sharing Humanity in the Classroom

Sharing Humanity in the Classroom

If you’re like me, I love engaging students with short videos. I especially love short inspirational videos that get my students to think. I use them as starters for writing, discussions, or even teaching specific concepts. Strangely, most of my videos are...Read more ›
Light a Spark

Light a Spark

Adobe Spark is not a new tool, but if you haven’t checked it out lately, you don’t know Spark. In April, Adobe announced that they would make this creation tool free for students and teachers, and they would throw in all the premium features to boot. All you need is a...Read more ›
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