This is a re-post of a blog post by Nipmuc technology teacher Jen Lee. Our help desk students are going to peer edit individual blog posts. Notability is a perfect choice for this.We are using one of our 21st century
In this first installment of Cafe Digitale for the 2015-16 school year, five 8th grade students discussed how technology plays a role in their lives. Hear students answer questions from Mr. Amitrano and parents.
Here are two quick and easy steps to do an Hour of Code lesson with your students: Step 1 – Show this Video Step 2 – Have students choose an activity Minecraft: https://code.org/api/hour/begin/mc Star Wars: https://code.org/starwars Ana & Elsa: https://code.org/api/hour/begin/frozen Lightbot: http://code.org/api/hour/begin/lightbot Step 2a
WriteRight is a cool app that gives you a lot of tools right at your fingertips. The app is minimalist, with the default text font being similar to Courier or another monospace font. You also have a clean white background
Here is a quick guide to posting a picture on Twitter. Using the Photos App Using the Twitter App
Please view the tutorial below produced by Jen Scheffer, Mobile Learning Coach in Burlington. This is a great way to see all assignments that an individual student has submitted through Google Classroom.
As part of our textbook licensing through Pearson, many teachers are able to take advantage of the ExamView software. ExamView allows teachers to easily create assessments using banks of questions and tests that are able to be quickly created, edited,