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Thursday, March 3, 2016
I love teaching technology, but truly miss teaching reading skills. There's something so magical about books! Even the most reluctant readers have a book that they enjoy listening to, or reading themselves.
In the midst of Read Across America, I wanted to include my students' favorite books in a technology project. Thus, the book selfie project was born!
Friday, February 12, 2016
When I was told our school's desktop computer lab would convert to a Chromebook lab, I had a teacher freak-out moment... What!? Chromebooks! You mean my technology classroom won't be able to use Microsoft programs?? You mean we won't be using iPad tablets??? But, but, but...
Six months later, I'm loving them for many, many reasons. And, my kids love them too! So much in fact, that I've had kiddo after kiddo tell me they have received a Chromebook for their birthday or for Christmas.
Not convinced Chromebooks are right for your school or classroom? Read below to find our why I love 'em in my tech lab!
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
If you were to tell me a year ago that next school year I would become a technology teacher, my jaw would just about drop to the floor. Do I love technology… yes. Do I use technology often… yes. Do I blog, communicate, and collaborate with others using technology… yes. Am I a technology expert… NO!
Desks have now turned into large tables that hold tangled wires. Pencils are now keys on a keyboard. Papers that once took me so long to copy are now in "the cloud." My classroom has been flipped, and my teaching identity right along with it.
Hello, I am Elizabeth, and I am a technology teacher.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
When thousands of teachers gather together in Las Vegas, we bring Vegas back to the classroom!
The 2015 SDE conference series were especially memorable because I was given the chance to present about using music in the classroom.