Standard 2: Digital Citizen Students recognize the rights, responsibilities and opportunities of living, learning and working in an interconnected digital world, and they act and model in ways that are safe, legal and ethical. This standard helps students understand the
Kelly Dunn’s kindergarten students created their masterpiece portrays and then wrote clues for their Parents to Figure Out their identity; upon scanning the qr code, their identity was revealed.
Jamie Starkey’s Kindergarten students are using QR codes and addition skills to share qualities about themselves; such as shoe size, letters in their name, pets in the family, etc. with parents and visitors at Open House. Scanning the QR code
Lindsey Guinn’s First Grade students at Academy of Leadership and Technology drew a picture of themselves, uploaded it to ChatterPix, drew a line across their mouth and then recorded what it means to be a leader. Parents and Visitors at
Students can use Pattern Shapes to explore geometry and fractions, creating their own designs, or filling in outlines. As the students work with the shapes they can explore geometric relationships, reflect about angles, investigate symmetry, compose and decompose larger shapes.
A few weeks ago, Google released a new update to Google Forms. You can now add images to the question and also in the multiple choice answer options. In the past, if you wanted to add an image to the form
Have you downloaded every Chrome App or Extension your friends have mentioned and your menu bar is overflowing? Here’s how to remove a Chrome App or Extension in a few easy steps. Removing a Chrome app In Chrome, open a
Google sites received a major face lift. It is easier to use, it’s prettier and a much needed improvement. You can have students create an ePortfolio showcasing their learning journey. Matt Miller with Ditch That Textbook has posted 10 things