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Small Changes, Huge Results

A Principal's Reflections

I was also adamant that social media had no place in an educational setting, but most of you who read this blog know about my radical change of mind in regards to this. technology, including social media. This small change evolved into my present philosophy on how schools can, and should, use social media. cell phones) responsibly as a tool for learning in certain classes using free programs such as Poll Everywhere.

Testing Giving You The Blues? Get Creative with EdTech Formative Assessments

MSEDTechie

I wish my teachers had access to the digital tools and resources available in our classrooms today. We are living in a very unique and digital world, which is much different from the way our teachers accessed and shared information.

Draw on Student Interests to Make the Common Core Work for You

Educator Innovator

As the new school year begins, articles and resources dedicated to helping teachers develop curriculum and assessments aligned to the Common Core literacy standards are popping up everywhere. Poll Everywhere ( [link] ) is a great digital tool that you can use to survey your students about anything, from fun, getting-to-know-you questions to provocative questions related to your subject matter. This was originally posted at Common Sense Graphite.