NEISD Technology Spotlight: Jodi Harris

One of the benefits of having this blog is that it allows me to connect with teachers outside of my assigned campuses. Last year I had the privilege of working with 2 teachers from Bush Middle School on an Edublogs project. It was my first experience with secondary students, and I was hooked. Not just hooked on the student’s level of enthusiasm and creativity, but also on the 2 teachers I worked with (@jodiharris16 and @LibraryDisco). So, I was thrilled when Mrs. Harris replied to my Facebook post last November. Greg Kulowiec wrote a guest blog post on Richard Byrne’s site, Free Technology for Teachers. It described a project utilizing Google Slides, Thinglink and Snagit. We both fell in love with this idea, and she decided to try it out as a Genius Hour project. Here is a description of her learning objectives: 

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