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With the affordability and accessibility of mobile devices, teens can be “connected” most of their waking hours -- and it seems my students are! However, a lot of them do not understand the imprint they are creating with the pictures and...
In this post, I describe four ways I prepare students for standardized tests.
Read about four tools useful in creating a digital substitute for the days you have to miss class.
In this post, I focus on the "three Ps of success" for students and teachers: planning, precision, and professionalism.
This post focuses on what content to use when you prepare a digital substitute for your classroom.
This post, the first in a series, outlines a few easy ways to create a digital substitute when you can't be in the classroom -- and explains why you should!
This post focuses on the five lessons I've learned during my Kindle Pilot Project.
One teacher's unique tips for keeping students engaged include using tools such as social media, iPods, and even cell phones!
This post focuses on three lessons I learned from Steve Jobs's biography. It is important to stay passionate, stay hungry, and stay innovative within the classroom.
Foster your students' creativity! Students become authors by writing and illustrating their own children's stories through this lesson.