Coding can seem like an unconventional way to approach learning for teachers who don’t have a ton of experience with computer sciences. And often we think about teaching coding and programming just to the older kids. But the truth is, coding is appropriate for all school-aged children. And there are
Category: technology in the classroom
No Learning Centers? No problem! Limited movement. Seat work. Teacher at the front, students in individual desks…No learning centers?! It’s almost like a manual of what NOT to do in the 21st century classroom! Thankfully, we have technology, and the innovations of teachers all across the globe, on our side.
Virtual learning is the name of the game this year as we’re all heading back to the classroom. Whether your local schools have already announced full virtual learning, a hybrid program, or the ever-popular “wait and see” approach, I think most of us are counting on digital classroom resources being
Hey there, Are you teaching about growth mindset in your classroom? If you are, I have a treat for you today! This interactive game is very easy to use. Simply download it on your laptop, computer, iPad, or tablet, and you’re ready to go! The PDF format allows you to
I’m always looking for new ways to integrate technology into my daily classroom routines. Brainstorming ways to revamp “blah” activities into new and improved ones has become something I love to do. This time, I decided to switch out my old paper flashcards for digital ones. Why print, laminate, and
More and more teachers are hopping on the “paperless classroom train” and it’s no surprise that they are seeing amazing success. Their students are more motivated, they are seeing improvements in their students’ focus and productivity, and they are LOVING that they get to spend less time photocopying! Integrating technology in