Innovative Innovations

Technology is the face of the future, as many say.In elementary school, we were lucky enough to have laptop carts that were shared among other classrooms. There were desktops to use in the library, which were not available for every student, and could only be used during scheduled library times. In high school, laptop carts and library desktops were again the norm. These were my experiences at fairly wealthy schools, so I’d assume that other less-fortunate schools had less technology a […]

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Fotos, but add some babble

After humming and hawing, I decided to use Fotobabble. I considered doing stop-motion, but with this blog post falling in the same week as Thanksgiving, I thought it would be best to use a tool that would serve the same purpose, showing visuals, but require a little less labour intensive. I think I found that in this app!Let’s take a look, together. To keep it simple, I recorded the initial tutorial using the built in iPhone screen record feature.Right away, due to its ease of use (and its cleve […]

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Tweet Tweet

Twitter is definitely something that I had to get used to before I really started to see its purpose and benefits.For a professional purpose, Twitter is probably the best way (so far, that I’m aware of) to connect with other educators (and students) around the world. This opens up so many possibilities! PD opportunities, new learnings, a new PLN – exciting stuff! #saskedchat is just one of those exciting connections. In this week’s #saskedchat, the best learning opportunity was discussing the ta […]

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