Dianne Krause

Dianne Krause

Dianne Krause is a certified Instructional Technology Specialist working as an embedded Instructional Technology Coach in support of her district’s 21st Century Teaching and Learning Laptop Initiative, a Microsoft Innovative Educator Master Trainer and is co-owner and Director of Media & Marketing at one of the oldest perpetual gaming communities, Medievia.com, Inc.
Mahatma Gandhi’s famous quote, “We must be the change we wish to see in the world”, is the inspiration that drives me to continue to work in melding together the worlds of education and technology. I am passionate about constantly connecting and collaborating with local and global colleagues to persistently develop knowledge of the essential skills and necessary tools to educate today’s learners in the ever-changing landscape of technology.

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Reader’s Workshop – The Sway Way!

At Wissahickon Middle School, we have been using Sway in a variety of ways for demostrations of learning, teacher presentations, and communication, collaboration and project-based learning.  Another great way that our teachers and students are using Sway is through reading portfolios.  Read on to find out how Language Arts teacher Chad Towarnicki and his students […]… Visit the author's original post

Reader’s Workshop – The Sway Way!

At Wissahickon Middle School, we have been using Sway in a variety of ways for demostrations of learning, teacher presentations, and communication, collaboration and project-based learning.  Another great way that our teachers and students are using Sway is through reading portfolios.  Read on to find out how Language Arts teacher Chad Towarnicki and his students […]… Visit the author's original post

Project Communication and Collaboration with Sway

I had the honor of being a guest blogger once again on the Microsoft in Education blog.  This time I wrote about how the students and staff of Wissahickon Middle School are using Sway for project communication and collaboration.  As of today, the post was not only posted on the Microsoft in Education blog, but […]… Visit the author's original post

Project Communication and Collaboration with Sway

I had the honor of being a guest blogger once again on the Microsoft in Education blog.  This time I wrote about how the students and staff of Wissahickon Middle School are using Sway for project communication and collaboration.  As of today, the post was not only posted on the Microsoft in Education blog, but […]… Visit the author's original post

MakerSpace “Playdate”

On Friday, November 13th, WMS hosted educators, technology/instructional coaches, administrators and librarians in our MakerSpace and Library for what we dubbed our “Playdate”.  The intent of this time was for folks interested in MakerSpaces and STEM education to come together to collaborate, experiment, communicate and essentially PLAY with the items in our MakerSpace and other […]… Visit the author's original post

RT @vicentgadea: “Don’t put your comfort before the benefit of the students.” #mieexpert #MSFTEdu #edtech https://t.co/XisivjguvS

RT @vicentgadea: "Don't put your comfort before the benefit of the students." #mieexpert #MSFTEdu #edtech http://pic.twitter.com/XisivjguvS — Dianne Krause (@diannekrause) November 16, 2015 via Twitter https://twitter.com/diannekrause November 16, 2015 at 10:57AM… Visit the author's original post

Check this out… Check this out… Check this out… PowerPoint spruces up your presentation using image recognit… https://t.co/qWIXpxiZ1K

Check this out… Check this out… Check this out… PowerPoint spruces up your presentation using image recognit… https://t.co/qWIXpxiZ1K — Dianne Krause (@diannekrause) November 16, 2015 via Twitter https://twitter.com/diannekrause November 16, 2015 at 06:57AM… Visit the author's original post

Check this out… Check this out… PowerPoint spruces up your presentation using image recognition via @engadge… https://t.co/yw21ea9uBw

Check this out… Check this out… PowerPoint spruces up your presentation using image recognition via @engadge… https://t.co/yw21ea9uBw — Dianne Krause (@diannekrause) November 16, 2015 via Twitter https://twitter.com/diannekrause November 16, 2015 at 03:04AM… Visit the author's original post

Check this out… The evolution of PowerPoint—introducing Designer and Morph https://t.co/gt7veXQMnT #mieexpert https://t.co/MnI27iDjdi

Check this out… The evolution of PowerPoint—introducing Designer and Morph https://t.co/gt7veXQMnT #mieexpert https://t.co/MnI27iDjdi — Dianne Krause (@diannekrause) November 16, 2015 via Twitter https://twitter.com/diannekrause November 15, 2015 at 11:16PM… Visit the author's original post

PowerPoint spruces up your presentation using image recognition via @engadget https://t.co/LUJPTzEWZz #mieexpert https://t.co/k3Hd193EzV

PowerPoint spruces up your presentation using image recognition via @engadget https://t.co/LUJPTzEWZz #mieexpert http://pic.twitter.com/k3Hd193EzV — Dianne Krause (@diannekrause) November 16, 2015 via Twitter https://twitter.com/diannekrause November 15, 2015 at 08:20PM… Visit the author's original post

Believe in what people can make possible: @satyanadella via @Microsoft_EDU https://t.co/oSlzSLsrQu #mieexpert https://t.co/7BV1pLuc2J

Believe in what people can make possible: @satyanadella via @Microsoft_EDU https://t.co/oSlzSLsrQu #mieexpert http://pic.twitter.com/7BV1pLuc2J — Dianne Krause (@diannekrause) November 15, 2015 via Twitter https://twitter.com/diannekrause November 15, 2015 at 02:49PM… Visit the author's original post