Kim's Technology Treasure Chest of Resources

My blog is about using technology in the classroom with a focus on webinars, Moodle courses and other LMSs courses, as well as using digital media to enhance and enrich education.

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Viva las Matematicas Appy Hour CAMT19 Presentation

Viva las Matematicas Appy Hour – CAMT19 from Kim Caise Click here to open this binder in a new window. Your browser does not support […]

App-etizing Ways to Use Mobile Devices in the Classroom – CAMT19

App-etizing ways to use mobile devices from Kim Caise Click here to open this binder in a new window. Your browser does not support iframes.

Listen to Free Audiobooks

This summer http://www.audiosync.com is offering the opportunity to listen to young adult books for FREE! Sync is offering students aged 13 and up the opportunity […]

Skype in the Classroom session with Jane Goodall

April 2, 2019, Skype in the Classroom will be hosting a session with Jane Goodall at 12:30pm EST.  The session will feature Jane Goodall sharing […]

Don’t forget about Pi Day 2019!

Source: Exploratorium Pi Day 2019 is coming up this week on March 14th representing the shortened version of Pi – number 3.14.  I didn’t want […]

New Skype Feature

Skype is a great way to connect classrooms together for global collaborative projects or Mystery Skype sessions. When using Skype with students it is important […]

Unleash your Creativity with MakerEd/Makerspaces – #GlobalMakerDay

Unleash your Creativity with MakedEd/Makerspaces from Kim Caise Click here to open this binder in a new window. Your browser does not support iframes. Email: […]

Global Maker Day

Global Maker Day (#globalmakerday) is October 23, 2018. There will be a free virtual conference that day with several sessions from well-known educators. So far […]

Resources and Tips for Educational Interviews

It’s back-to-school time and with that also comes educational interviews for teaching positions, especially for new grads trying to find their first teaching position. I […]

Privacy versus Protection – what is the Difference?

Knowing the difference between Privacy and Protection.  Do you what it is? As instructors, we all understand the difference between privacy and protection.  However, with […]

Blue Eyed Students Perform Better than Brown Eyed Students?

Yes, you read that correctly. Teacher Jane Elliott conducted a brilliant experiment in the 1950’s wanting kids to experience how it felt to be different and cast […]

Connect with Santa Claus

It’s time for my yearly ‘connect with Santa’ blog post! This is a great time of year if you have little ones that are eagerly […]

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