PVSD Tech Team Blog

technology tips and tricks and highlights from classrooms in the Pleasant Valley SD in Camarillo, CA

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Posts by PVSD Tech Team Blog

iPad Time Saver Tricks

Sometimes, little tricks and tips can make all the difference.  As you spend more time interacting with your iPad, here are a few tips that […]

Peaceful and Organized Campus Project

The Peaceful and Organized Campus Project is a project based learning activity created by two 2nd grade teachers, Jennifer Griffin and Georgina Knoll of Las Posas Elementary. […]

Code Club

Tierra Linda Elementary started a Code Club at their school.  It’s an after school club that teaches programming for students. It was so popular, that […]

Posting a Google Calendar on a Classroom Website

Kaitlyn Fargo of Tierra Linda wanted to show how to share her Google Calendar on her Classroom Website.  Thank you Kaitlyn! After you have logged […]

Writers for Life

Daryl Myers of Monte Vista Middle School decided to change writing from a class lesson to a lifestyle for students.  “Writers for Life” is a […]

Writer’s Workshop: Lucy Calkins Units of Study

Writer’s workshop has been the core curriculum for writing this year in the PVSD. To help implement Writer’s Workshop, professional educators Debbie Maki and Shirleen Oplustic […]

Stranded! Engineering Unit

Bonnie Knecht at Santa Rosa adapted an amazing lesson from the Building Math: Stranded! Common Core book.  It’s a lesson in engineering and math that is […]

Genius Hour

Genius Hour is the idea of giving students control over their research and ideas inside a class for at least a part of every week. […]

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