By combining SPARK’s movement-based curriculum with the user-friendly iPad, our PE department has been able to work more efficiently and effectively during a time when budget cuts and other hurdles make it difficult to be out there in the trenches,...
This week I have been part of the Content Team of the Massachusetts New Literacies Institute 2012. We shared this video today with our participants and although is is not current the points that are raised are still valid. As you watch think about how your school/district deals with change. For more information you may want to visit his blog at http://thefischbowl.blogspot.com/2006/09/what-if.html.
As I put my art room together for the start of the school year, I realized how much I depend on these three classroom management "posters". They were not bought from a storehouse of art supplies but...
This infographic reaffirms how difficult it can be to “sift and winnow” apps when there are more than 67,000 educational iPad apps. Finding the right one to support individuals with special needs can be a challenge and take time!"
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