Evangelizing the [digital] Natives

Chuck Baker writes about education technology, math instruction, reading and writing in the content areas, and his reflections on teaching his own children.

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How to: Import McGraw Hill eAssessment Assessments into your Canvas LMS

This one is for my math homies in my school at out there in the #mtbos!I've been teaching in Canvas for only a week, and […]

Use an iPad or iPhone For a Whiteboard in Your ZOOM Virtual Classroom

 Are you teaching from home while your document camera is at school? Trying to use a whiteboard behind you but worried that the text is […]

Bitmoji Buttons for your Canvas Homepage or Class Website

 Why have "normal" buttons and links on your Canvas homepage or class website when you can bitmoji them instead?! Here's how I did it using […]

Google Voice for Your (Virtual) Classroom

Google Voice is a FANTASTIC tool to use for contacting parents (or anyone, really) while shielding your personal phone number from the public (or just […]

PBL in a Pandemic? YES!

Since March 2020, educators everywhere have been brainstorming, collaborating, and synergizing, (is that enough buzzwords?) attempting to innovate and refine teaching and learning during the […]

This Is Why Kids Need Music Education...

 ...so they can grow up to be adults that know how to read and/or play music!This is just a little story of how being able […]

Class Podcasting with Anchor.fm

Four years ago, I had the privilege of teaching British Literature in summer school. If you're new here, you need to know that all of […]

How to Run a Virtual Kahoot! in Your Virtual Classroom

Like the rest of the educators of the world, I'm diving into the virtual classroom this week like a medic on the beaches of Normandy. […]

To My Parents (Stories from Parenting a Gifted Kid):

Earlier this month was my birthday. December 6th. I was 36 on the 6th. That's not the "Golden Birthday," but it should be something for […]

Are You Pumpkin-Spicing Your Classroom?

I'm not ashamed to say it - I'll crush a Starbucks PSL. I smile gleefully as I wait for that first sip of the season.(Pumpkin […]

Why Take a Course on Administrating Gifted Programs?

Full disclosure: The motivation for taking this course after already completing my coursework for gifted certification was so I can move up the salary scale […]

Computers, the Internet and Creativity - Net Gain or Net Loss?

One topic for discussion in our gifted curriculum class last week was creativity.  Our instructor began the discussion with a fact: since the 1980s, researchers […]

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