Rocking their Socs off: Socrative as Assessment

Rocking their Socs off: Socrative as Assessment
by Nikki Morrell ·

Amid the seeming chaos of the new push for common core standards-based learning and grading, we teachers find ourselves in … Continue reading »

The Flying Carpet: Technology in the Elementary Classroom

The Flying Carpet: Technology in the Elementary Classroom
by Nikki Morrell ·

How much do you remember about your elementary education? Do you recall sitting on that large square rug learning colors … Continue reading »

Getting to Know You: Q&A with Randy Vaughn

Getting to Know You: Q&A with Randy Vaughn
by Randy Vaughn ·

To continue the conversation about getting to know the Ed Social Media Contributors, I accept the challenge from Brendan Schneider … Continue reading »

Getting to Know You: Q&A with Liza Fisher Norman

Getting to Know You: Q&A with Liza Fisher Norman
by Liza Fisher Norman ·

Brendan Schneider nominated me as one of 5 bloggers in his response to the challenge put forth my Marisa Peacock’s recent blog … Continue reading »

Getting to Know You: Q&A with Brendan Schneider

Getting to Know You: Q&A with Brendan Schneider
by Brendan Schneider ·

Never one to back away from a challenge I am responding to Marisa Peacock’s recent blog post to learn more about the … Continue reading »

Getting to Know You: Questions and Answers for the New Year

Getting to Know You: Questions and Answers for the New Year
by Marisa Peacock ·

Happy New Year!   While browsing my social media feeds over the holidays, a blog post from the Center for Teaching … Continue reading »

This is How I Leverage Prezi in the Classroom

This is How I Leverage Prezi in the Classroom
by Nate Green ·

A lot of teachers have hailed Prezi as a revolutionary presentation tool, but I’m convinced the vast majority of them … Continue reading »

Four Things You Need To Know About Online Learning

Four Things You Need To Know About Online Learning
by Hans Mundahl ·

(Image Source: Hype Cycle CC BY SA 3.0)   Here’s how the hype cycle works: something new comes out and everyone … Continue reading »

Social Media for Teachers (According to Mashable)

Social Media for Teachers (According to Mashable)
by Steve Ritchie ·

Mashable’s latest social media guide for teachers has a couple of tips worth spending time on: communicating with students where they are, and taking advantage of Ted-Ed’s flipping tools. Continue reading »

The Multi-Dimensional Power of Professional Development through Social Media

The Multi-Dimensional Power of Professional Development through Social Media
by Scott Rocco ·

The use of social media as a professional development tool in the educational world is finally taking hold. As it progresses, those using it need to understand that it is not a one-dimensional environment for learning. Continue reading »