Monthly Archives: July 2015

Old School Tool: Speaking

There is a cultural debate centered on students’ ability to communicate face-to-face.  With the influence of technology in our everyday life, it does seem to affect our communication skills. This post will share ideas that foster oral communication skills.  From … Continue reading

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Old School Tool: Notes

In high school I had two classes that asked me to use notes that influenced the way I use note taking in my own classroom. My psychology instructor expected us to have two notebooks for notes. The first notebook was … Continue reading

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Old School Tool: Coloring

In the July 10, 2015, issue of Parade Magazine, Hillari Dowdle shares the joy of coloring in her article “50 Shades of Happy: The New Joy of Coloring.” The article is centered on why adults are now finding their way … Continue reading

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Minecraft Interview

I would like to thank Jason Schmidt for taking some time to talk with me about Minecraft.  Jason is the Instructional Technology Coordinator for Bennington Public School and a great person. Jason has done some awesome things with Minecraft in his school. We conducted … Continue reading

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