by Melissa Caudle of Rock N' Learn Teaching reading is extremely rewarding. Seeing the delight in children’s eyes when they discover new ideas, new people, and new worlds is an extreme joy for me. The goal in teaching reading is to help students develop a connection to the text and understand the meaning the author... Continue Reading →
Join teacher authors Karen and Belinda as they talk about technology in schools. What works and what doesn't.
Looking to be inspired, but not overwhelmed? Kacie Brown from Having Fun First reviews Amplify: Digital Teaching and Learning in the K-6 Classroom by Katie Muhtaris and Kristin Ziemke in today's blog. Her short take: Amplify will leave you feeling inspired and confident to hit the ground running with ideas that resonate with you. As the authors say: "just because we can do something innovative, doesn't always mean we should."
Prior to Boom Learning, students were merely just going to through the motions of learning another language.
via Digital Task Cards: What is Boom Learning℠?
Lessons from our German daughters of the heart about shining a light on history, a conversation about how Germany teaches about WWII.
by Belinda Givens reprinted from BVGSLP Blog I stumbled upon Boom Learning a few weeks ago while searching Pinterest for digital resources. A quick visit to their website and I was very intrigued. Boom Learning is a site that allows teachers and educators to create interactive resources, very similar to task cards, for use in their... Continue Reading →
Find self-grading paperless resources for secondary science and elementary reading to start your school year.
We have added folder management to the Library, with more Library updates in process. Check out our video on using folders, assigning decks to classes, and how to human grade (for when you assign a free response deck). We also have rolled out per-student assignment. Go to Classes. Find the student. Under the student name, you'll... Continue Reading →