Below are the digital handouts I have prepared for some of my presentations. The resources are open for anyone to access, anytime!
1, 2, 3 Learn With Me – Find practical ways to incorporate STEM into your K-6 classroom.
Apps, ‘Bots and Code: The New ABC’s in the Elementary Classroom – Why would you want to use coding and robotics in your elementary classroom? What is possible? How does it fit with your existing curriculum?
Blogs as Digital Portfolios – Blogs provide a way for elementary students to demonstrate their learning for their parents, family and the world.
Building a Worldwide Learning Community in Your Elementary Classroom – Your classroom can learn from and with the world! Let’s look at tools and ways to make this happen.
Connected From the Start – Even primary students can connect and learn with others from far way.
Digital Daily Five with iPad – Apps and ideas to support the Daily 5 in your classroom.
Learn with the World – Social media and to how it can work to expand your students’ learning network and engagement and expand math and language arts instruction in your classroom.
Microblogging, Movies and Math (Mathematics with iPad) – The power of iPad for teaching primary (or any age group!) mathematics is that it gives us the ability to capture student learning and thinking.
Primary Digital Citizenship – Even very young students can begin to think about how to be safe and successful online while they are meeting curricular outcomes.
Reboot, Read, Write – Technology can help us to do things better, or it can transform what we do in the classroom.
Twitter for Teachers – Shouldn’t you be part of this open-ended, always available professional development opportunity?
Writing in a Digital Age – Elementary students can learn to write with an authentic purpose and audience for their writing.