8th grade arts and citizenship

A case study in Shelburne Arts and citizenship is for 8th graders at Shelburne Community School. This past session, they had a digital media focus, […]

Every Classroom Matters: How Teachers Can Self-Publish Books #edtechchat

Earlier this year I was invited to share my experiences of self publishing my work as eBooks with Vicki Davis (@coolcatteacher) on the Every Classroom Matters podcast, […]

Augmented reality and student identity

Students explore the geography of self(ies) An innovative way for students to explore who they are happens in Lori Lisai’s classroom at Lamoille Union Middle […]

Creating Batch/Bulk QR Codes

There are a lot of easy to use QR code generators out there to be used in education. Some of them even create large batches […]

Lights, Camera, (Greenscreen), Action!

As we see an increase in online/distance learning (ODL), sector-wide as well as locally, we’re also seeing an increase in demand for ‘instructional design’ skills, including […]

Augmented Learning 101: QR Codes

Augmented Learning 101: QR Codes Well, I’m not sure that’s what augmented learning looks like today, and that’s what we’re exploring in this three part […]

Using WordPress for Evaluation & Feedback

There are many great tools available for collecting student evaluation or feedback in a session – TextWall, Padlet, Socrative, QR codes, Post-it notes (that’s right, […]

St. Patrick' s Day QR Webquest!

A different Webquest for St. Patrick' s Day! For this webquest I am going to use QR codes! My students will have to use their […]

QR Codes, how to simply create and read #appaday

QR codes are simply awesome. I’ve blogged about them before such as here and here. There are a tonne of different apps and websites that […]

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