Category Archives: Blogging, Web and Wiki Tools


Creative Assessments: bubbling not welcome

At this time of year, many of us are looking for great ways to do test prep that don’t involve bubbling in circles to indicate the correct [...]

Animoto Videos to the Rescue

Tired of grading essays? Done with the multiple choice repetitive boring cycle? Try having your scholars create videos to show what they kno [...]

GooseChase Missions

I wanted to shake up our vocabulary lesson so I used GooseChase missions. I have had them complete missions before, but this was my first ti [...]

#BacktoSchool #LaEdChat Twitter Chat July 17th

I’m prepping for tonight’s Twitter Chat. I am in Baton Rouge tweeting from the A+PEL Summer Conference and I want to schedule my [...]

Creative student responses

Students can create visual text to demonstrate mastery. It’s not necessary to have your scholars write an essay or a report when they [...]

ClassroomScreen.com holds Teacher Tools

ClassroomScreen.com  is a screen full of the Teacher Tools that we use regularly. Well, at least I do. At my school, many of our non-negoti [...]

My #HourofCode

I have just spent the last 2 hours on Code.org completing the App Lab Unit in honor of this year’s Hour of Code. The unit has mini les [...]

Assessing and Gathering Data #BacktoSchool #LaEdChat

Demonstrating a deep understanding of content can be done in creative ways. Screencast videos using free sites like Screencast-O-Matic or Sc [...]

#LaEdChat #BacktoSchool Twitter Chat August 1st

TWITTER is the best professional development tool ever. It allows you to attend PD in your pajamas from the comfort of your own home. There [...]

Classroom Management Must Haves #BacktoSchool

Build a Rapport With Your Students Contrary to popular belief, teachers who develop positive working relationships with their students do no [...]
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