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Lori FosterClass Dojo is a powerful tool for teachers looking for an engaging way to encourage good behavior from their students.http://teach.classdojo.com/Leonard HartmanLeonard shared the online classes/setup that the students use to learn Cisco!Jennifer McMillinJennifer shared how she is uing the online tools that come with the textbooks in Saxon Math. She uses (and perfects to her standards) the test generator, and other tools. One of the online tools is also used as the daily bell ringer.Karen TrussellEdheads is a non-profit organization that provides free high quality educational activities on the Web at no cost to students or teachers. One fun project her students did was to design a cell phone! http://www.edheads.org/Jenny LanikJenny shared exciting news about the new Technology Center at Early Childhood. In addition, she shared how they will be using descriptive words to create Christmas photos of the students!
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Candice GibsonRuns a slideshow of her students' photos during times projector is not in use. Kids love seeing themselves and kids that have moved away as wellCathy KlochCathy shared how her food units use the choose my plate website to learn nutrition, claories, set goals and create planshttp://www.choosemyplate.gov/food-groups/Greg FriesenGreg shared tips on Garage Band.Diane SchnareUses Vocabulary Workshop for Interventions. Her students love using this. They use flash cards, games, word search and more. The mimio is used for this as well.
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Candice GibsonABCmouse.com helps kids learn to read through phonics, and teaches lessons in math, social studies, art, music, and much more. For kids age 2 to early elementary.http://www.abcmouse.com/Tom SwansonSchoology is a learning management system (LMS) and social network that makes it easy to create and share academic content.https://www.schoology.com/home.phpGreg FriesenWatch MacMost evey week to get the most from your Mac, iPhone and iPod! The show features news, tips, tricks, techniques, tutorials and reviews.http://macmost.com/Diane SchnareUses Quiz Show with her students frequently to learn and reviewComes with the Science Curriculum!
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Sherry KraftShared tips on using the Promethean Board, Active Inspire, and shared how to annotateTom SwansonUse engaging videos on TED-Ed to create customized lessons. You can use, tweak, or completely redo any lesson featured on TED-Ed, or create lessons. Great idea on flip video! http://ed.ted.com/Tera DigmannTera shared the way she is utilizing the Google calendar which all staff have now within their Google accounts thru apschools.org! More was then discussed among the group on ways to use and share calendars.Diane SchnareKnowledgeBox works by engaging all of your students and creating a collaborative learning environment in which no child's progress is left to chance.
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Susie NordeenUses BrainPop with her students in many areas. BrainPop is purchased thru the school.Tom Swansoned Tech Resources. Tools, trends, news, online learning, tips and more...http://edudemic.com/Jennifer LauderMath Walk Throughs in FMP
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Brenda MillsBrenda shared the new Reading Mastery data reporting system that has been designed.Chrissy KlochUsing Garage Band for student auditionsJennifer LauderJennifer shared the Reading Mastery Data reporting system.
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Sue DimmittSue shared using formulas in excel for various types of money management! Great tips for budgeting!Jennifer LauderBedtime Math is a fun chance for kids to do math in their heads.http://bedtimemathproblem.org/
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Vickie JouleVickie, Terry and Oscar shared the way they are using Moodle for all of their classes. Each of them has great ideas and hints for any teachers wanting to start using Moodle!
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Oscar Miranda
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