Edtechyness

A place to share and reflect on educational learnings and trends. I blog about what I am learning and doing as educational technology coordinator. Topics inculde educational technology, apps, iPads, Google, coding and STEM.

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Posts by Edtechyness

#FallCUE A Healthy #FOMO Habit

According to Texas A&M University, #FOMO may have negative effects on Generation Y. "With at least 24 percent of teenagers online 'almost constantly,' it's no […]

Creating a community of learners: new principal implements Smart Start

This year I was assigned an extra duty, principal of a small K-8 school. I am excited to add principal to my list of duties. […]

Using TED-Ed Lessons to Build Community

This summer I am taking the TED-Ed July Challenge and watching a lesson a day for 31 days.Each lesson consists of a 3-5 minute video, […]

3rd Annual #NoWorksheetWeek - Looking For Inspiration?

During our #NoWorksheetWeek Twitter chat last week I was inspired by all of the energy and innovation of the teachers who participated. I am on […]

5 Apps for Exploring Elections, Presidents and More

It's February and many classrooms will begin studying about presidents and elections. Here are some apps and resources you may not know about that focus […]

Winner of Rae's Blog Challenge!

Thank you to everyone who blogged during December as part of #RaesBlogChallenge in December! I enjoyed reading your posts and learning about you.  Everyone who submitted […]

How I #MakeSchoolDifferent - #RaesBlogChallenge Post #3

In my role as an administrator and professional developer, I work everyday to #MakeSchoolDifferent by creating learning opportunities for teachers that model how we want […]

Creating Science Memes for #RaesBlogChallenge

The topic for the 2nd post of my December Blog Challenge is to create a meme and post it on your blog. I chose to […]

My Advice To Future Teachers

The best advice I can give future teachers is to never stop learning. The energy and passion that exudes from an active learner is contagious […]

Multiple Representations in Math - iPads in Kindergarten

Recentlly, we were able to provide each Kindergarten classroom in the district with a minimum of 8 iPads. To support teachers in integrating this technology […]

Rae's December Blog Challenge

Welcome to my blog challenge for December 2015! Challenges like this one always inspire me and keep me reflecting and creating. I know December is […]

The 3 Tech Tools I Am Most Thankful For

Every day I use technology in my work. Whether creating resources for teachers, supporting teachers with technology integration or helping students be creators, technology is […]

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