Students in art class got to work with the Discovery Education Board Builder as they studied artists with their teacher Ms. Silianof. They really enjoyed being able to create their own boards about their artist. Here’s a great article on
I love it when teachers come together to learn something new…and have fun doing it. We had a small but highly engaged class of teachers get together for a 2-hour training on WeVideo. We learned to make our own videos
One of the cool parts of our job is beta testing equipment or applications we think might be useful in the classroom. We’ve been demoing ELB Prowise boards and we love them! LT Lindsay Foster took our demo over STEAM
LT Lindsay Foster co-taught with Ms. Christian and enjoyed making some LEGO pizzas as part of a Pre-K assignment. One of the best parts of our job is getting to go into the classroom to co-teach with our amazing faculty!
In keeping with their goal of gamification, the Norwood adminstration invited the LT department to a couple of it’s staff meetings to train all of the teachers on BreakoutEDU. Teachers, some of them for the first time, had to complete
Part of LT Lindsay Foster’s goals for this year was to increase the number of Discovery Education Network Ambassadors in our district. And she took that goal very seriously! After working with several principals, Lindsay started a series of trainings
LT Heather Sanders got to share ideas for station rotation with BHS teachers during a campus PD day on February 18th. She worked with them on ideas for blended learning, how to handle assignments when students forget devices, and technology
Ms. Muse had a big surprise in store for her 3rd grade students as they finished their unit on space. After seeing a tweet of some of her students’ work in class, I contacted Ms. Muse and offered to take
LT Lindsay Foster worked with Norwood librarian Lynda Oliver to create a BreakoutEDU based on the Mr. Limencello’s Library book series. They all had a great time breaking out to clues from this favorite series.
Walking through Taylor Elementary, LT Lindsay Foster caught a moment of technology use in the PE class there!