Come On, Get Appy!

Where digital goodness meets the Common Core is the tagline. This blog is dedicated to highlighting iPad apps and other tools that can be used to address Common Core State Standards.

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A New Year, A New #oneword

A little under a year ago, I wrote about my #oneword for 2015: Focus. I spent the year working on keeping my focus on the big picture […]

The 12 Days of #tosachat: Day 4

I participate in several Twitter chats, but there’s one chat I try as hard as possible to make each week, and that’s #tosachat. Over winter […]

Twitter Entry Points for Teachers

I’m on a personal mission to get the teachers in my school district active on Twitter. Some teachers have taken the risk and jumped in […]

Sharing Student Work: From iPad to Google Drive to the World

The iPad is an excellent tool for students to use when creating content. They are able to make different types of presentations, annotate still images, and […]

Make Videos more Engaging with @EDpuzzle

Using video in the classroom to help teach ideas is not a new concept. Teachers are now using videos found on the Web or creating videos for students […]

Connect Your Classroom Using #MysteryHangouts

I am passionate about helping teachers connect their classrooms bring the world to their students. One way I’ve done this is through promoting Mystery Hangouts […]

The Padlet App: Great on the Web, Great on the iPad

Padlet is a fantastic online tool for communication, collaboration, and formative assessment. Now students who use iPads will have instant access to Padlet walls you […]

It’s Been a #CUERockstar August

Last year I took a risk and applied to be a faculty member at CUE Rockstar Manhattan Beach. I had never been to a CUE […]

Create Interactive Videos with @TouchCast

I have to admit— I had a hard time getting to know TouchCast. I knew its power and had a general idea of how to […]

What @TaylorMali Leaves: Reflections on #csuftcs

I’m a word girl. Written word, spoken word; no matter. Eloquent words; naughty words (especially those); words that calm; words that incense. When I write creatively, I […]

More Talking Objects? Yes– With Yakit Kids!

Yakit Kids is an app by Freak’n Genius that lets students take photos of inanimate objects, give them faces, and make them talk. It is […]

A Challenge: Let’s Stop Pretending and #makeschooldifferent

I was challenged by Jessica Vannasdall (@mrsvannasdall) to write a post on what educators need to stop pretending in order to #makeschooldifferent. Here are my […]

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