Category Archives: Technology

Online Testing with No Internet

Our school has always been a little ahead of the game when it comes to technology. I’ve been there 17 years and on my first day, we already had a campus-wide WiFi network. We are a private Catholic high school … Continue reading

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Why Apple Classroom?

I firmly believe the most important part of this statement is, “…helping a teacher guide students through a lesson, see their progress, and keep them on track…”  Continue reading

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Blind Kahoot – Building an Engaging Lesson

What is a Blind Kahoot? It is a Kahoot game created like any other Kahoot game, except in this case the students don’t have previous (or very limited) knowledge of the topic. The Kahoot is used to introduce a new … Continue reading

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Audio & Video Tools for Student Reflection

At our PD on Friday, I had the pleasure of working with our World Language department. When it comes to integrating tech in their classes, they have been risk takers; and even better, collaborative risk takers. We’ve witnessed some amazing projects … Continue reading

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Google Slides – Now With Q & A

Did I ever mention how much I love the educators who share resources on Twitter? Click here for the post from Michael Frederick, Google Slides Engineer that I found last night on Twitter. On Star Wars Day (May the 4th), … Continue reading

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Professional Development Using Modified EdCamp

…change up our traditional professional development and provide an opportunity for faculty to have more choice for PD… Continue reading

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Taking a Closer Look Classroom Management

Focusing on specific learning goals that promote critical-thinking, creativity, collaboration, and the creation of student-centric learning environments are really the best way to use iPads in the curriculum. (Source) Most behavioral issues with iPads in the classroom occur when students … Continue reading

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