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22 Top Tips for Better Classroom Management

The CoolCatTeacher

Classroom management can be a challenge. In this post, I’ll share twenty-two of my top tips and ideas that have helped me have an awesome classroom. Classroom Management Tip #1: Build a Partnership With Your Students It’s true that you must relate before you can educate.

3DBear Review: The Augmented Reality Classroom Pro

The CoolCatTeacher

Now, using 3DBear , I’m able to offer students a classroom where they can create and share. However, the true power is the teacher classroom portal. Students can create and invent using Augmented Reality and share in your 3D Bear Classroom.

6 Super Science Edtech Ideas: Using Technology to Level Up Science Classrooms

The CoolCatTeacher

Leah: Well, some of the best tools that I’ve used in the classroom are those that simply enhance the student’s voice. I always think of giving my students that sandbox time so that they can play a little bit with the software. It might be typing up your notes in a Google Doc.

9 Fine Ways to Do Better 20% Time

The CoolCatTeacher

Twenty percent time from Google. Second, I’ll give you an example from my classroom happening right now. Based on the Google 20% time, students take 20% of their time in a class to pursue a personal interest project. Maker Movement.

Holistic Learning: Where Students Work Problems That Matter

The CoolCatTeacher

Students need people problems, design problems, software problems, communication problems, and all kinds of issues to develop problem-solving abilities. ” I consider creating apps an essential development experience in my classroom.

Flipsnack: A fun way to make interactive online magazines #edtech

The CoolCatTeacher

Mandy Froehlich talks about a tool she uses in her classroom, Flipsnack. And the one thing that Flipsnack cannot do it … it cannot be worked on simultaneously like Google docs where two students can work on it at once.

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Makerspace for Little or Nothing

The Daring Librarian

You can take baby steps into the Maker Movement. I'm not 100% sold, even after 7 years of talking about the Maker Movement, that it's something that's here to stay and not just a fad. That's why I've intentionally NOT spent a lot of money on our Maker corner.

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The Learning Revolution Has Begun

I am in need of 10 participants who would be willing to discuss their experiences within Classroom 2.0 Any communication will be independently coordinated outside of Classroom 2.0. Laura Candler and Francie Kugelman will be our special guests for this Classroom 2.0 Classroom 2.0