Sun.Feb 21, 2021

Virtual Improv Activities for Remote Learning

User Generated Education

[link]. Given my experiential education background, I’ve always been fond of and have used group team building and problem-solving activities with all of the age groups I teach – for example, see Team-Building with Elementary Students.

Adapting Ideas to Drive Real Change

A Principal's Reflections

One of the joys and challenges of blogging regularly is trying to come up with original content that has substance. I can tell you firsthand that this is no easy feat as it seems like virtually everything has been written about in some form or another.


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Would You Rather: Designing with Choice in Mind

Catlin Tucker

My children love “would you rather” questions. Would you rather go to the beach or the snow? Would you rather eat a cookie or a brownie? Would you rather watch a movie or read a book? They enjoy being presented with two options and getting to choose one.

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Student Collage Project Asks “Who Is America?”


To get her 4th graders off their remote screens for a good old-fashioned, hands-on collage project to strengthen fine-motor skills, Mary Tarashuk asked them to create image-filled books exploring Room 4T’s central Social Studies question this year: “Who Is America?”. The post Student Collage Project Asks “Who Is America?” first appeared on MiddleWeb. Kids on the Cusp Social Studies art project collage fine-motor skills fourth grade Mary Tarashuk social studies Who Is America

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SplashLearn Makes Learning Fun and Creates Fearless Learners

Loved by more than 30 million kids, SplashLearn is a game-based learning program that creates engaging learning experiences to nurture a generation of fearless learners. SplashLearn is the fastest growing elementary school math program in the US, used by more than 440,000 teachers in about 77,000 schools across the United States.

Five Great New Features Coming to Google Meet

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Google has recently announced the expected release of a collection of powerful features to enhance the services provided by Google Meet. Like Google Classroom's new features, Meet's features more. Google Meet

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An Engaging Review Game That’s Perfect for Any Classroom- Blooket

Nick's Picks for Educational Technology

Even students’ favorite review games like Kahoot, Quizizz, and Gimkit can get a little dull if they are overplayed. That’s why I’m always excited to find another engaging review game to add to the mix. Blooket is a free, fun, and engaging review game with tons of built-in variety.

Educator tools for media literacy and how to advocate for truth

The Cornerstone for Teachers

Disinformation, conspiracy theories, and hate group propaganda have infiltrated our online and offline conversations. How can we as educators ensure we are finding and sharing accurate information? Join me as I talk with Peter Adams.

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