#GAFE4Littles with Christine Pinto | Episode 6 of The Google Teacher Tribe

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Getting the Most from Collaboration Tools

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In her presentation, “ Collaboration Near and Far in Digital Professional Learning Communities,” Geri Gillespy, Administrator of Digital Integration at West Ada School District in ID, talked about how to get the most out of online collaboration programs. How will the tool enhance classroom learning and provide an advantage for teachers, students, and staff? More in-depth instruction can come on professional learning days and other sources.

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Buncee and Immersive Reader: A Winning Combination for Assistive Learning

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Recently, we were honored when Rachelle Dene Poth shared her thoughts about Buncee and Immersive Reader on Eric Sheninger's blog A Principal's Reflections: Reflections on teaching, learning, and leadership. She is the President for the ISTE Teacher Education Network and Communications Chair for the Mobile Learning Network. In addition, Rachelle is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, a Google Certified Educator Level II, a Nearpod PioNear, Ambassador for Buncee.

Creation just got even better with Buncee!

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One of my favorite things about teaching, besides working with my students, is finding new and engaging ways to have students create and show their learning. And it enables educators to learn more about the students in the process.

Daily Motivations and More with Buncee!

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Over this time, we have seen a lot of great updates and new features continually added to Buncee and have enjoyed creating and coming up with new ideas of ways to use Buncee for learning. My students have used Buncee to create presentations for project-based learning, to tell about their family or daily routine, talk about foods, to teach a lesson on augmented and virtual reality, or even just to create some “about me” Buncees to share with classmates as well as their global peers.

The Progression of our Lower School Technology Integration

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After being a high school computer teacher, I decided to teach the Microsoft computer applications of Word and Powerpoint to the fourth and fifth grade students. The process of learning through that period really gave me a burden to help our school see the benefits of technology integration- not always technology for technology sake and not stand alone. I wanted them to learn that technology was a tool for their learning.