As I enter my fifth month in the role of Coordinator of Instructional Technology, I continue to be amazed at the power of diversity in our district. I have been working with many of our schools over the last month Continue reading 55+ Schools = 55+ Ways of Technology Integration….What’s Your Way?
On July 25-27, 2011, 15 interested teachers from five elementary schools assembled to look at what student online writing might look like in Fayette County. The motivation was the new Common Core State Standards (now Kentucky Core Assessment Standards, KCAS), Continue reading Think Big! The Student Online Writing Project
Paul Laurence Dunbar’s STLP (Student Technology Leadership Program) working in partnership with TSA (Technology Student Association) used old technology components to create a scarecrow. Cletus the Zombie Bot came in second in the Contemporary category of the Scarecrow Fest sponsored by Continue reading What can you do with old computer parts?
“Tomas stood in front of the library doors. He pressed his nose against the glass and peeked in. The library was huge!” Mora, Pat. Tomás and the Library Lady. Illustrated by Raúl Colón. New York: Knopf, 1997. (1997) Isn’t it interesting Continue reading Shade of Meaning: A Technology Twist for TOTAL
If the book carts in your library are groaning from the weight of un-shelved material these days, you may have a media specialist whose time is being consumed by technology and the LMS Project. This past September, the Office of Continue reading The LMS Project: Integrating Core Standards, Technology and the Library
If you have an iPhone you can now download the new FREE Smart Training App!� Use this app to access a collection of monthly SMART Notebook™ collaborative learning software lessons and to explore a wide variety of interactive content. Use Continue reading SMART App, Virtual Clickers, Easiteach Updates, and more!