Can you believe it is already April?! It seems like just yesterday I was starting my new job, and now the year is almost over... Nostalgia aside, April is one of my favorite months for many reasons, one of them being National Poetry Month. Now usually, this month feels limited to the library and English … Continue reading 10 Ways To Celebrate National Poetry Month With Technology
PREREQUISITES: Before starting this module, you will need the following: A free basic SurveyMonkey account (this can be created here with your school email address or personal email address) or a pro SurveyMonkey account (read about the plans and pricing here). A computer with speakers (or a headset) and a good internet connection (you can check your internet speed here - a download speed of less than 8mbps might cause lagging … Continue reading Learn SurveyMonkey in 30 Minutes!
In honor of the start of a new school year, I am sharing one of my popular posts again with you with a couple of new additions! On Monday I will begin my new job. As I've mentioned before, I will be working as a Technology Resource Specialist as well as teaching a couple of … Continue reading 21st Century Icebreakers: 13 Ways To Get To Know Your Students with Technology
PollEverywhere is a web 2.0 tool that utilizes SMS text messaging to collect and track responses. It is a wonderful way to incorporate cell phones in the classroom for learning, rather than battling against them! Students can use any device that is text capable to respond to PollEverywhere. Polls can be multiple choice, or open … Continue reading PollEverywhere and 5 Classroom Uses
Just a quick update, I've reorganized the blog and added a 30 Minute PD section! This way all professional development modules will be organized in one place, rather than sporadically posted to the blog. If you hover over this section, you'll be able to see a drop-down menu of all the PD modules, including the … Continue reading Blog Updates and LOL of the Week
SurveyMonkey is an online tool that allows users to easily design surveys, collect responses, and analyze results. At a basic level, the tool is free, although if you want you can choose from three different paid plans for extra features. The basic plan offers an unlimited number of surveys, 10 questions each, 100 responses per survey. Within … Continue reading SurveyMonkey and 7 Classroom Uses
SurveyMonkey is the a survey creation and administration tool that I've used for both my own class projects and with students. It seems to be one of the more common survey web tools, but in case you haven't used it, I thought I'd share! You can use the tool to design surveys, collect responses, and even analyze … Continue reading SurveyMonkey and 10 Classroom Uses