Bookshare offers an expansive online library of digital books for people with print disabilities.
Volusia County (FL) Schools manages a fleet of 39,000 Chromebooks and tablets–most of which remain at school. Existing charging carts could not keep pace with curriculum demands, so the district searched for a scalable replacement.
Over a year ago I learned about Microsoft Education’s Immersive Reader, which is a free powerful literacy tool that is transforming education.
Evo by Ozobot is a miniature robot with lights, sound, sensors, and wheels.
One way I expose students to engineering is by having them take apart, analyze, and reassemble unwanted electronics donated by our community. Students love to deconstruct these electronics and see how they work, but they have trouble when they try to reassemble them. My classroom filled with garbage cans overflowing with these incomplete project parts. I was losing a lot of space in my classroom and I wasn’t happy with the amount of waste we were generating. I had to find a better way.
What better way to spend part of May tramping around places like Gettysburg, Antietam, Chancellorsville, Harpers Ferry, and Corydon, Indiana?
The CT100 may become a viable option for those planning to buy an inexpensive Android tablet.
Just about any teacher who has incorporated Scratch into her classrooms knows that students love this free block-based coding language. Invented by MIT, Scratch allows users to drag-and-drop blocks that snap together to form “lines of code” that they can then run to see an output. With almost 40 million users, Scratch and its block-based coding language is the primary way students are introduced to coding in school.
Podcasts include experts discussing topics such as accessible technology, digital equity, digital portfolios, inclusive classrooms, and podcasting with students.
July 1st is Canada Day