Stephanie Agee As a library media specialist, during this time of quarantine, I have found my role as a support system for the teachers in my school with technology implementation. Several of the teachers have reached out asking about doing some type of digital reward system with their students online. As I searched for resources to share, I couldn’t find anything that was free or … Continue reading Digital Rewards
Recently, we celebrated Black History Month. In much the same way that history was often not recorded, and certainly not published, women’s history in the United States was often overlooked and omitted from our collective history. Although women’s contributions were as important and influential, the history of these were often left on the cutting room floor. Each time a girl opens a book and reads … Continue reading Inspire Girls with Herstory
Create engaging lessons using technology and help your students celebrate and understand the importance of Black History Month. Black History Month, also known as African American History Month, is an annual observance in the United States and many other countries around the world. The observance recognizes the history and important figures in the African diaspora. The precursor to Black History Month was created in 1926 … Continue reading Celebrate Black History Month
Are you looking for tools to help your students with math concepts and skills? Look no further than the Math Learning Center! Their free apps- Geoboard, Fractions, Math Clock, Number Frames, Number Pieces, Math Vocabulary Cards, Money Pieces, Number Line, Number Rack, and Pattern Shapes- are now available as web apps! This is great news for iPads that are unable to download apps at this … Continue reading Math Resources for Teachers
In the days of instant connection and constant access to the internet, we can find ourselves getting carried away in the land of the interwebs. Many of our lessons include online components, digital teaching materials that need connectivity, and online tools and manipulatives that students and teachers depend upon during instruction and work time. And then………. you hear it. Your head starts to spin and … Continue reading 11 Things Students Can Do on iPads Without Wi-Fi
It’s all about getting started! Where do I start? In hindsight, I started with the two words located on the Wood County Schools Innovate website, “Be Inspired!” With every student and teacher in Wood County Schools receiving their own iPad, I knew I needed to be aware of all the opportunities with 1:1 devices. I attended some classes during Tech Week in July. I was … Continue reading Inspired!