Monthly Archives: March 2015

IFTTT – Wow!

After some positive encouragement from The Tech Savvy cohort at NCCE I decided to give IFTTT a try. My initial thoughts were: “why didn’t I do this earlier?!” IFTTT is a way for you create recipes for data mining. Basically, … Continue reading

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#NCCE2015 – Reflections

A conference always brings mixed emotions for me. I get a ton of new ideas, I feel inadequate, I get inspired by great work that people are doing. It’s a real whirlpool of emotions in my head and heart, and … Continue reading

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NCCE 2015

Heading on the train to Portland and getting all of my presentations finished. Very excited to work with such a great team of board members and TL Summit superstars. The connections I make, the “a-ha” moments I have, and the … Continue reading

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Infographics + OneNote = Great student project

I started a project with 7th grade social studies to have students research the legacy of early American presidents. As a team, we collaborated on the outcomes of our unit: to have students understand how our founding fathers made lasting … Continue reading

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LOC Sources

I had 3 fun days in 8th grade this week. We analyzed photographs and discussed our observations and raised many questions. It was a fast hour that could have gone longer, and I couldn’t be happier with the work they … Continue reading

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