Semantris is a strategic word association game that challenges the player to come up with words related to the ones on the screen. The better you make your association, the easier it is for Google’s AI (artificial intelligence) to match
Do you need to know when professional development classes or opportunities are offered during the summer? Or fall? Want to see the latest blog posts on the Learning Technologies site about tools, opportunities, information, etc? Do you want to read
Ms. Odom’s 5th grade class got to travel the world for inspiration for their personal narrative writing! We took a tour of the modern 7 wonders of the world and students took notes, wrote down impressions, and brainstormed ideas for
There are plenty of fun ways for your students to learn new vocabulary. Sutori (https://www.sutori.com/) is a great way to get students to reach a deeper understanding of a set of words. They write their own definition, add any synonyms
Instructables is a great MAKER site that has lots of different types of projects and ideas. They are offering a very fun Valentine’s Day project and encouraging social media interaction with this project as well – think #Collaborative #GlobalProject! When
Looking for some writing, revision and editing tools? Why not check out the resources available in your Discovery Education account? Educators and students in Burleson ISD have Discovery Education accounts, and there are a myriad of resources available to practice
We are so excited to welcome Naomi Kitchens to our LT family! Congratulations to parents Matt and Jen Kitchens…and to James Kitchens on his promotion to big brother!
The students are back in class and so are the Chromebooks. We’re gearing up for a great year in Burleson ISD. Here are some tech resources to help you and your students connect, collaborate, teach, and learn.
I’m nearing the end of the Larmer, Mergendollar, and Boss text. I have one more chapter left. Chapter 6 “Leading a PBL Implementation Effort” in Setting the Standard for Project Based Learning offers great advice for campus and district leaders.
Last Sunday, I finished reading Chapter 5, Managing a Project, in Setting the Standard for Project Based Learning. I’ve spent the rest of this week on my exercise bike each morning reflecting on what I read. (For those who are