One challenge that many teachers face is finding safe sites for students to use when looking for school-appropriate images to use in projects. As a general rule, I avoid sending students to a search engine to look for images. Too often, they waste class time looking at images that will not work. When they find... Continue Reading →
Looking for an alternative to the traditional exit ticket?
As we approach a new year, we are often reminded to have an exit ticket to check for understanding. Many teachers I know use sticky notes from their students. That leaves a paper trail and isn't really a "green" option if you do it often. I decided having students do their exit tickets digitally made... Continue Reading →
Fun and Engaging Apps to use in the Classroom
Photopea Photopea is an advanced image editor, which can work with both raster and vector graphics. You can use it for simple tasks, such as resizing images, as well as complex tasks, such as designing webpages, creating illustrations, processing photographs and more. https://www.photopea.com/ Pixlr Editor is a browser photo editor for all your editing needs. Have full control over your images,... Continue Reading →
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