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Flipgrid is Flippin’ Awesome!

Flipgrid is Flippin’ Awesome!

Good morning! Just a quick drive-by to offer up some work for you to do. 🙂 Because: If you haven’t used Flipgrid yet, you need to. Here’s an opportunity to try it from a student’s perspective. You’re helping me out! It’s summer and I’m nosey. All of the above. I’m also practicing with embedding something (this Flipgrid “Card”) on our blog. Ever learning!

Go GEO!

Go GEO!

So this is pretty exciting! I was “courted” (they contacted little ol’ ME!) by the Australian Council for Educational Leaders (ACEL) to write an article for their online journal. It’s now been published and sent out to its members via email, but I received *my* final copy to share, so here it is! (Click on the image to get the full article.) Thank you to the ACEL for this opportunity and I look forward to working with the wonderful Annie…

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Going for blackout!

Going for blackout!

We have been on this edtech journey since 2015 and are so blessed to have made great friendships and strong PLNs. This passion has lead us on great adventures! We had to make an When we think of our adventures, the amazing EdTechTeam comes to mind. As a group, they are so humble and sincere. These individuals truly care about your growth as a professional and as a person. We know that we would not have found our way without…

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Google Forms in the classroom

Google Forms in the classroom

Use Google Forms for group discussions in the classroom! Read MO’s blog post about Google forms and groups discussion featured on the EdTechTeam’s blog page! Google forms will collect, organize, and analyze any information.

The Assessment Cycle – and TIME; we’re NONSTOP!

The Assessment Cycle – and TIME; we’re NONSTOP!

So I waited the dreaded 60 days, re-took the Level 2 Google Certificated Educator exam and PASSED! Hooray! This time was just as stressful, if not more, than the last since a *fail* here would have, seriously, crushed me. But, I knew what I knew and I was sure that if I didn’t freak myself out and linger too long on any of the multiple-choice questions (I have always HATED multiple choice; I try to out-think the exam), I would…

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Ramblings of a Sleep-Deprived Old Woman

Ramblings of a Sleep-Deprived Old Woman

It’s Tuesday. I think. Ro is off on an east-coast adventure with a small group of 5th graders, and I’m still recovering. She’s amazing. But so was I 17 years ago.  😉  Someone has to stay behind and keep this machine running! I did spend much of yesterday attempting my Level 2 Google Educator Certification. I ran out of time *sniff* *sniff*, but now that I know what to expect, I’ll knock its socks off in two weeks (when I’m…

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3 Reasons to Return: Confessions of a #gafesummit Summit Junkie

3 Reasons to Return: Confessions of a #gafesummit Summit Junkie

Read MO’s blog post featured on the EdTechTeam Website! 3 Reasons to Return: Confessions of a GAFE Summit Junkie The most interesting thing about being a life-long learner, to me, is that even after 30 years of teaching, I am never satiated. I am never stagnant. I MUST know more, and often to the detriment of my need for sleep, I feel like I must know everything. Before he passed, my father asked me “How do you know all of…

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TechFairy Voyage!

TechFairy Voyage!

BLOG!       Those words can strike fear into hearts, spread guilt and shame for those of us whom have started MULTIPLE blogs and FAILED! So why do we keep on doing it because we are looking for our nitch, acceptance, and our tribe (stolen by Kate Perry).  I know I have found mine and it has taken me this long and it feels GOOD! I am proud to say that I am a techy teacher that enjoys helping others…

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