From creating simple comic strips to planning long stories, Storyboard That is a tool that has a bunch of potential uses in the classroom. I recently put together a PDF of five projects that your students can complete with Storyboard That.
When my students leave high school, they will need to know norms and etiquette for their devices. They will also need to know themselves -- specifically, their own limits when it comes to distraction. Eventually, they should know when to put their phone away because it's distracting them, or when listening to music while they work is slowing them down.
Passionate school library advocacy takes many forms, though all too often these efforts don’t reach the district and state level. This can change once stakeholders start working together to improve student outcomes.
iPad use in formal learning environments, by all accounts, is soaring. Due to the almost magical ways it promotes interaction, that makes sense. But when learners are using the iPad, what are they doing?
Our students are like cowboys living in the wild wild west. Without any guidelines or structure they can get in a lot of trouble. Armed with a concrete plan for teaching about appropriate use you can guide your students to become better digital citizens, who will learn how to build their digital presence in a positive and productive way.
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A new project is curating and organizing all of the sundry gadgets that collectively comprise the so-called "Internet of Things." (Thousands of the World's Internet-Connected Things in One Place - Rebecca J.