By Allen Emmett In this week’s blog, I consider what is an asynchronous classroom, and what is the value of an asynchronous classroom. If you are like me the first time I heard asynchronous classroom I had no clue what the presenter was talking about. In this blog, I will share an explanation and then … Continue reading What is an asynchronous classroom?
Let’s start with what Google Slides is generally known for - presentations. Similar to Microsoft PowerPoint, Slides is a visual aid that can be projected onto a large screen when a person presents to a large group. Many times, the presenters will create endless slides incorrectly. Those slides will be filled with information that audience … Continue reading Death by PowerPoint
Do you ever feel like you have to give your students one more thing? Whether it be a survey, an assessment, etc.? Do you ever feel like there is one more computer program that the students just “have” to use for them to see their test scores soar? Imagine Learning? Mobymax? ST Math? Khan Academy? … Continue reading One More Thing
The linked information and resources were shared with parent empowerment and ambassadors on May 17. Click here to access the slides and resources. During this presentation we asked for topics of interest/concern for/from our parents and will address these topics in coming posts on this blog.
I was able to attend an EdTech Cadre Saturday Session on March 3, 2018 at our P.D.C. During his presentation, Martin Cisneros asked us to consider the following questions: What role do you think technology should play in educating English learners? What types of technology do you currently use with ELs in your school and why? … Continue reading Tech Tesoros for Modern English Language Learners with Martin Cisneros
By Austin Cushman As we look towards the future for our students and their employability skills, it is critical they develop their skills using cloud computing. Fortunately, most younger students are getting those skills in their education, with my adult students needing to accelerate their learning because they are already in or soon will be … Continue reading Connected Productivity
“My students are learning to communicate and think critically.” Peter Gallegos 2017 San Joaquin County Teacher of the Year