*In exchange for a review, I was provided with one Rug-Ed ProLOCK iPad case and an iPad Air* Even though my building uses Chromebooks, I LOVE to use my iPad for instructional purposes in my 1:1 classroom! While my students are working on HyperDocs or flipped videos, I'm walking around with my iPad, answering questions, drawing demonstrations, showing additional resources, etc. I also use my iPad ... Read More about Rug-Ed ProLOCK iPad Case – Product Review
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It's that time of year again! The month when teachers have to start retraining our bladders, setting alarms, and (if you're like me) getting used to skipping an afternoon nap - that's a tough one! I've been so fortunate this summer to attend many great PD sessions that stretched my perspective and challenged me to create an awesome learning environment for my students. Check out a few of my ... Read More about Teacher Goals for a New School Year! 2017-2018 Edition
I'm sure you've heard of the new tool that's taking the world of educational technology by storm: Flipgrid! If you haven't, holy awesomeness, prepare yourself now. I first learned about Flipgrid earlier this year when they were announced as EdTechDigest's 2017 Winner in the product or service category. (By the way, I was included as a finalist in the School Leader category! Whaat?!) I ... Read More about Using Flipgrid in the Classroom: I’ve Caught #FlipgridFever!
It's summer!! Kind of :) Welcome my year-end reflections from my flipped, blended, and gamified classroom! The 2016-2017 school year was kind of transformative for me as a teacher. This was my ninth year teaching, and I felt like I really embraced who I want to be as a teacher - a quirky blend of Professor Dumbledore, Mr. Feeny, and Ms. Frizzle. I want to be a positive role model for my ... Read More about Reflections from my flipped, blended, and gamified classroom – 2017
Do you ever read a book or article or blog post that really clicks? Like really clicks ... and you start thinking, why did I not do this sooner? This is how I felt when I read The HyperDoc Handbook! I've been teaching in a 1:1 environment for almost 4 years, and feel as though, even though I've made great changes in my instruction, I've been lacking in changing the way my units are presented. The ... Read More about I Made A HyperDoc for an Entire Unit – What My Students Had to Say