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Using Curriculet for Short Reading Texts & PARCC Prep

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

I can assign novels, poems, short stories, and current event articles for my students to read, and they can answer Common Core aligned questions and quizzes in the text. Since it is web-browser based, Curriculet can be used on any device or computer which is a must for my BYOD, 1:1 one day a week with Chromebooks classroom. Whether you are signing in with your own email, using the Edmodo app , or signing in with Google, accessing your Curriculet is simple.

The Edtech Revolution: 2010 – 2017


These were the pressing questions of the time – a time 8-months after the release of the first iPad and 6-months before the release of the first Chromebook. Given that many children were acquiring iPads for personal use, some schools adopted a Bring Your Own Device ( BYOD) Policy. However, it was the Chromebook (2011) that truly revolutionized 1:1. While the iPad cost anywhere from $300 – $400, Chromebooks were sold from $199. ” 1:1 + Common Core = $$$$$.

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Discovering the “Ultimate Classroom”: A Student Led Project Based Learning Inquiry


With the Common Core, state testing, interventions, and all else that goes on in the elementary day, how would I find time for my students to investigate and inquire into their interests? To do this, I began bringing in guest speakers and diving into the world of Google Hangouts. There are groups introducing fidget corners, independent corners, BYOD, Chromebook care, slime as a type of fidget, and a surprise book corner to classes around our school.

Your Essential Back to School EdTech Checklist

Fractus Learning

BYOD? Tune up/check your Google Apps for Ed (GAFE) policies and settings. For instance, Google Apps admins can now be notified by email of suspicious login attempts. Keep abreast of what’s new by signing up for update info from Google here. This can include carts, labs, cameras, iPads, Chromebooks, you name it. Here’s a good Google Form add on called CheckItOut that will help you accomplish this. by Karen Larson and Gene Tognetti.

Resources from Miami Device

Learning in Hand

Google Forms - The Swiss Army Knife of Google Apps by Jennifer Guevara Baselice Collecting information is something we do on a daily basis. With Google Forms it is super easy to collect this information and so much more! Learn about the many creative ways teachers can use Google Forms with their classes. Rethinking the Chromebook as a Creation Device by Tanya Avrith Chromebooks have huge potential in the area of creation.



ACER CHROMEBOOK TAB 10 ( WWW.ACER.COM/AC/EN/US/CONTENT/HOME ) The Acer Chromebook Tab 10 will be used in classrooms to expand and enhance student learning. It also supports Google Play educational apps, so students can collaborate, discover, engage and learn, and includes a Wacom EMR stylus that lets students use interactive apps, sketch, take notes, and capture ideas. For the fifth year, Tech & Learning presents its awards program that honors great products at ISTE 2018.