Hey BISD folks! Have you backed up your laptop? Well here are the directions How-To Do It Yourself in ten EASY steps! Check it out!
Recently I was invited into Donna Moore‘s fifth grade class at Hajek Elementary. The focus of the lesson was to integrate social studies (the Boston Tea Party) and writing across the curriculum. The class explored and reviewed three different pieces
Is your school working on increasing reading and writing? Are you looking for a way for students to share their original works? Enter Book Creator. This app, which used to be exclusively for iPads, is now available for online work
The BISD Learning Technologies department badges for all of its training opportunities. This is a great way to demonstrate that an educator has attended a training event, gained specific technology integration knowledge, and celebrate the learning experience. But have
Are you studying habitats or biomes? Want to engage your students in a fun (pre) winter activity? Discussing climate change? Check out the Tundra Connections Virtual Experience from Discovery Education and see if this opportunity could expand or enrich your
Third, fourth and fifth grade students in Burleson ISD will get the opportunity to participate in a district wide collaborative project. These students are a small part of the BISD 1:You Chromebook initiative and as a result have the opportunity
Check out the fun and engaging way that 4th grade Taylor Elementary educator, Anais Gomez, is having her students plan, revise and edit their writing using Google Drawings. Beginning with a basic template for comparing and contrasting, students enter transitional words
Celebrate Constitution Day at the U.S. Senate A 30-Minute Virtual Field Trip Streaming On-Demand Beginning September 15 Join Discovery Education on Capitol Hill as we learn about the unique role that the Constitution established for the Senate, and how the work
The 2017 Generation Beyond Student Video Challenge is OPEN for Entries Neil Armstrong was the first astronaut to walk on the moon. Will your students be the first to travel to Mars? Inspire the future generation of space explorers with
SIGN IN TO OUR BADGING CLASS TO GET YOUR BADGE If you have already received badges from the LT Dept. you don’t have to do this. If you have not…you need to follow the instructions linked above.