Category Archives: web 2.0

Ten Tools for Engaging Learners

On Wednesday, September 30th, from 3-6 pm, the Montgomery County Association of Teachers of Foreign Languages (MCAFTL) held its fall conference at Wissahickon Middle School.  I was asked about 6 months ago if I would be the presenter for this conference as they wanted to once again focus their fall conference on technology.  As a former French teacher and member of MCAFTL, I jumped at the chance to share my love of instructional technology with my world language colleagues once again.  … Visit the author's original post

Can People under 4 feet Tall SWAY?

After being introduced to SWAY in our Holly Springs Elementary STEM MIE certification course, a first grade tremendous trio, Ms. Hemphill, Ms. Hausler and Ms. Russell approached me about working with their first graders on a project. I said, “YES!!!!!!!” Remember, first graders are usually under 4 feet tall and under the age of 7! Students researched animals in Ms. Hemphill’s class and famous Americans in Ms. Hausler and Russell’s class using PebbleGo, a subscription service our district provides for pre-K to grade 3 database for reading and research. Visit the author's original post

Can People under 4 feet Tall SWAY?

After being introduced to SWAY in our Holly Springs Elementary STEM MIE certification course, a first grade tremendous trio, Ms. Hemphill, Ms. Hausler and Ms. Russell approached me about working with their first graders on a project. I said, “YES!!!!!!!” Remember, first graders are usually under 4 feet tall and under the age of 7! Students researched animals in Ms. Hemphill’s class and famous Americans in Ms. Hausler and Russell’s class using PebbleGo, a subscription service our district provides for pre-K to grade 3 database for reading and research. Visit the author's original post