Last post, I shared a basic “4 Steps to Getting Started with Google Classroom” document that I will share with my school in the fall as we go 1:1 Chromebooks. Today, I’d like to share a more in-depth tutorial that I created for Google Forms and Sheets! I have been gathering info at the 4C’s […]Read more "Forms and Sheets and Sites…Oh My!"
Happy Monday everyone!
I’m going to start the week off by tooting my own horn just a little bit because I’m overjoyed about how my summer has gone so far. A few accomplishments:Read more "Google Certification, LearnZillion, and Google Classroom Tips"
This week I went to a two day conference in Mt. Vernon, IN called the “Rock the 4C’s,” and it was the best local conference I’ve ever been to! So many great takeaways and the Keynote speaker was amazing! Today, I’d like to share some of the inspiration I got at the conference. Tomorrow, I’d […]Read more "My Takeaways from the 4C’s Conference (Part 1)"
I am excited to announce my classroom is finally finished! I have been working most of the summer to space-ify my classroom in honor of our math department’s new space theme for the year! Here’s what my classroom looked like before I changed it. Before After Besides getting 24 desks that matched (score!) I took […]Read more "Countdown to Launch – Part 2 (Classroom Makeover)"
Hello all, sorry I’ve been on hiatus from blogging the past several weeks, but there was a lot of important work happening in that time. Here are a few: I’ve been working long hours finishing up my new LearnZillion lessons, which are getting close to being done! I will share them when they are officially […]Read more "Countdown to Launch – Part 1 (Eclipse Activities)"
Our math department has been looking for a digital handwriting tool since we found out we were going 1:1 Chromebooks. At first we were looking into a Wacom Drawing Tablet for each student, because I have one and loooove it, but it turns out they are not compatible with Chrome OS :(. So we looked […]Read more "Pen Shaped Mouse for Math Scratchwork"
This week has been a blur already, and it’s only Wednesday! In addition to beginning my summer work for LearnZillion (which is going to be REALLY exciting when it’s finished!), I have been working on a few mini-projects. Shout-Outs I am taking a Go Slow Workshop with THE Alice Keeler on Google Classroom. If […]Read more "Shout-Outs, Soft Skills, and Some Virtual Manipulatives"
In yesterday’s post, I listed out my biggest takeaways from the 4C’s conference I attended this past week. In short, I went in looking for ways to use our 1:1 Chromebooks to create powerful learning for my students. While I did get that, I was inspired to do so much more. This school year, I […]Read more "4C’s Conference Part 2: Two Projects that are Scary, Exciting, and Could Completely Change my Class Culture!"