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skip to content facebook twitter instagram pinterest rss ilearn technology integrating technology in the classroom search for: main menu about advertise consulting ilearn ezines promethean quick tips store flipcharts freebies! lesson plans contact the letter project: spreading good to girls through handwritten letters january 30, 2017adminleave a comment on the letter project: spreading good to girls through handwritten letters1755 views the last week has been heartbreaking to watch unfold. my heart aches over the fear, the divisiveness, the “us” vs. “them” mentality. the stripping away of humanity. as an educator i know that when we take away all of the labels that we use to categorize each other, when we look each other in the eye and listen to each other’s stories, we find out that we are all human after all. when i feel despair over the state of how we treat others, i look for ways to combat that. i look for those doing the hard work of caring for others. the letter project is one such organization spreading good. what it is: the letter project has one primary objective: to teach women and girls that they are enough. they are driven by the belief that we flourish by supporting each other, and seeing the good in each other first. how do they do this? by writing letters to girls and women around the world who need a little bit of extra encouragement. how to encourage girls/women with the letter project: if you know a girl or young woman who is going through a tough time or needs some extra encouragement/confidence, you can request letters through the letter project. she’ll receive a bundle of letters from women around the us who want to build her up and support with words of encouragement. wondering what is considered a “tough time”? it could be girls having trouble finding friends at school, feeling lonely or sad, experiencing family turmoil, having trouble with how they look, feeling anxious/nervous. really, the topics can be limitless. the letters are meant to encourage and show these girls (ages 6 to 20) that they are not alone. to request letters, just fill out a short survey about the girl you are requesting for. in about 4 weeks, the girl will receive 10 to 15 handwritten letters from women across the us. we all know those girls who could use extra tlc. maybe they are dealing with body-image issues, maybe a divorce in the family, perhaps they are nervous about moving on to [middle school/high school/college]. maybe they are overwhelmed with school, or believing lies about themselves. the letter project is for these girls, all of them! i love the heart behind this organization, empowering women and girls to believe in themselves. to remind them that they aren’t alone, we are all in this together! tips: the letter project is a christian organization, although they will write to any girl (christian or not). if you are requesting letters for one of your students, you might specify that the letters be faith-background neutral. if you are requesting letters for a student, please get permission from a parent/guardian first. you can help: you can support the good work of the letter project by partnering with them to write letters, or through monetary donations that go toward stamps, envelopes, and stationary. using agency to empower students: what is sacred in education? #5sigma january 19, 2017january 23, 2017adminleave a comment on using agency to empower students: what is sacred in education? #5sigma1674 views we are in full on count down mode for our yearly education conference, 5sigma. this year our theme is using agency to empower students: what is sacred in education. i could not be more excited for our third annual conference! each year we work to include educators who have inspired our work. this year is no exception. we have a pretty incredible line up! i’m so thankful for the way that each of the people you see below have shaped me, and inspired me. i know they will do the same for you! some things that you can look forward to at the 5sigma edu conference: we will spoil you (because you do hard work every day, and deserve a weekend of being spoiled). you will leave inspired, changed, and with practical ways to “launch” (did you see the line up? i mean….) el toro the tot (if nothing else inspires or changes you, lunch on saturday will!) happy hour meet ups (because we are convinced that the happy hour is education’s magic bullet). you will see what happens when students are empowered (we can’t wait for you to meet the students of anastasis, they are seriously the coolest! *slight bias*) an adult field trip (because who doesn’t love those?!) this year’s trip: half penny brewery including a brewery tour, most likely to succeed showing, and conversation with other passionate educators. the opportunity to talk shop: have you ever dreamed of starting a school? re-imagining assessment? throwing away one-size-fits-all curriculum? ditching homework? ditching the test?  team anastasis will share how we’ve done it, what we’ve learned along the way, share our insight into what not to do, and be transparent. we’re excited to meet you! if you haven’t already registered, it isn’t too late! learn more and register at http://5sigmaeducon.com  if you need help requesting the professional development dollars to attend, we are happy to help out, customize our template letter. save save save plan it green: build an energy efficient model city january 17, 2017january 16, 2017admin1 comment on plan it green: build an energy efficient model city1477 views what it is: plan it green, the big switch is an online game/simulation from national geographic that allows students to create their own energy-efficient city of the future. in the game, students build new energy technologies and advance energy research; gain points based on their eco-friendliness, energy production, and citizen happiness; compete with others for the highest city rating; tackle challenges and quests; and explore and build a diverse energy portfolio. through plan it green, students begin to better understand various energy options and can experiment with different energy sources and see their impact through this game/simulation. how to integrate plan it green, the big switch into the classroom: this game from national geographic is a great way to help your students understand different kinds of energy, and think through the ways that the energy we rely on in our daily lives impact the environment. use plan it green, the big switch as a provocation for an inquiry unit about energy. the game could be a great catalyst for further research and understanding of energy options and how our decisions impact the rest of the ecosystem. students can test out theories in this sim-city like game and watch the way their decisions impact citizens and the larger ecosystem. plan it green would also be a great way to end a unit, after students have learned about different types of energy. this game would be a great simulation reflection to see how different decisions about energy play out. if you don’t have access to a 1:1 environment, this would make a great center on classroom computers during a study on energy or even for whole-class play on an interactive whiteboard throughout a unit on energy. i like the way plan it green puts students in control of decisions and shows them the consequences (or unintended consequences) of those decisions. tips: the downfall of plan it green is that it requires a flash player, so while students can register for the site using an ipad, actual play requires a flash enabled browser. stackup: track self-directed learning online january 16, 2017adminleave a comment on stackup: track self-directed learning online1391 views what it is: i’ve written about stackup before here but, over the last three years, the company has grown up enough that it warrants another post! stackup has a pretty great back story. nick garvin, the founder of stackup, was fresh out of school and wanted to apply for a job at tesla motors. the problem? his traditional resume failed to document the thousands of hours that he spent online in self-taught learning about the automotive industry. this frustration led to the creation of stackup, a way for nick (and others like him) to better document self-directed learning. as an educator, stackup immediately appealed to me for the way that it could capture my own learning. though i don’t hold a degree in educational technology, my years of independent study should be captured! my blog does a decent job of helping me share my learning with others, but it is still just a small representation of all that i have learned over the years. similarly, my graphic artist husband has realized that he has a love for industrial design and machining. he has spent hours and hours learning 3d digital design, playing with 3d printers, cad programs, woodworking, welding, and recently machining with a metal lathe. though his traditional resume wouldn’t easily reflect it, he has a pretty impressive industrial design background. stackup is a chrome browser plugin that tracks everything from personal productivity (i’ve learned i spend way too much of my life in email hell), to verifying independent reading/learning, to helping quantify self-directed learning. how to integrate stackup in the classroom: the beauty of stackup is that it isn’t one more program to add to your curriculum, it isn’t one more piece of technology that your students have to learn. simply add the plugin, ask your students to sign in, and it runs automagically in the background while they carry on with their learning. as a teacher, you can login to stackup and create reading challenges for your students. at anastasis, we are using these challenges in inquiry to encourage students to spend time on a variety of website types. right now our students are doing an inquiry on how the world works. they are inquiring into different types of energy. this lends itself to a lot of research on science websites. the challenges help us encourage the kids to diversify the types of sites they are incorporating into the inquiry block. yes, we want the kids to be researching the science behind different kinds of energy, but we also want them to explore the history of energy use, the social and economic implications of how we use energy, the current political climate and it’s impact on how we use energy. you know…connective inquiry! stackup lets our teachers challenge students to diversify their learning in this way by creating a category challenge. teachers choose categories for students. no matter which websites they visit, if they are included in a category, they will get ‘credit’ for visiting that site. i love the way stackup works for your classroom, and doesn’t box students into specific requirements for the tracking to work. teachers can also set up challenges based on a specific website or time spent learning in a category. one of the unintended consequences of using stackup with our students, is they way it has added to our learner profile. using stackup has helped us gain a better understanding of who our students are by uncovering hidden interests that they might have. if a student spends a lot of time in a specific category or on specific websites, stackup  gives us insight into those passions and interests. students (and learners of all kind- teachers count!) can use stackup to showcase the reading and learning they do online by subject area. at a glance, students can see how much reading they are doing and what topics have been of most interest to them. this can help them discover the things that they are most passionate about, and even help them discover where they waste time. it is pretty revealing when you see how much time you sink into things like email, facebook, etc. while i appreciate the time to connect with others through social media, i realized that i spend more time there than i probably need to. stackup can help you manage online time more efficiently by revealing where you spend it. students can engage in classroom reading challenges and see how their learning compares to their classmates. this can be used as a motivational element, though we don’t use it this way at anastasis (inquiry lends itself more to competition with self than competition with others). one of the things we’ve loved about stackup is the ability to help parents see the learning that their children are doing online. so often our time spent on devices can appear to be frivolous to those who don’t know what is happening while we are online. with stackup, parents can see the time students are spending learning and what they are learning about. of course, if students are spending 90% of their time on gaming sites that tells a story, too. i really appreciate the way that stackup helps teachers and students alike metacognate about where and why we spend our time online. it is a great tool to spur on reflection about where we spend time, and what we care most about. one of the stackup stories i love was from @senorg, he talked about students taking a credit recovery class online. one of the things stackup revealed was for every hour spent on the credit recovery site, students spent 20min on google translate. this information was invaluable for those assisting students. it was also valuable information to consider for the credit recovery course platform. could they better empower students by embedding a translate feature? by translating the whole site? way cool! bottom line: stackup can help give you insight into your students online reading habits. it gives you a way to see where their learning takes them and how much time they are spending on their online reading/learning. we realized after a few weeks that our students had the bad habit of site hopping. they would start research using google, but if the answer they were hunting for wasn’t immediately apparent on the site they clicked on, they would go directly back to google. this helped us realize that we needed to teach students how to search smarter, and that when they arrived at a site, we needed to better equip them with the tools to dive into the learning. tips: stackup is super easy to install, you can do it in under a minute! if you have google apps, you can do this in under a minute for your whole school! students can sign in using their existing google education accounts. don’t have google for education? first, i’m sorry! second, not to worry, students can sign in using any email address. the stackup plugin can be easily turned on or off at any time. all information is private and can be deleted at any time. it is both coppa and ferpa compliant. students can choose which information to share on their profile. shout out to stackup who generously donated a class set of chromebooks to anastasis students! thank you! are you coming to the 5sigma edu conference in february? if not, you should be! it is the place we were originally introduced to stackup! grmr.me empowered editing january 10, 2017admin1 comment on grmr.me empowered editing885 views what it is: grmr.me is a great site for middle school and high school english teachers (and anyone else who edits student writing). this site was built by, and for, english teachers to help students learn how to fix the most common grammar and punctuation errors found in writing. topics include: pronoun disagreement, subject verb agreement, pronouns with compound word groups, commas and clauses, comma splices, direct address, usage of words, passive voice, literary present tense, iambic pentameter, and dramatic irony. it’s like having @michellek107 in your pocket! 🙂  for each topic, there is a short video explanation of the problem and how to fix it. how to use grmr.me in your classroom: i would have so appreciated this site when i was a student! (let’s be honest, i still appreciate this help.) i’ve always loved writing, but would often get feedback about comma splices or run on sentences. this feedback was less than helpful because while it identified a problem with my writing, it didn’t help me understand how to fix it. with grmr.me, you can not only help your students see the problem in their writing, you can offer a quick link of immediate support. grmr.me empowers students to take your edit notes and understand where the problem is and how to fix it. rather than just writing “comma splice” on student writing, add  grmr.me/csp/ in the margin. now those edit notes make sense, and give students the instruction to re-write with confidence that they understand where and what the error is. tips: points to anyone who comments with links to the videos i should have consulted when writing this post! “what if we started a school?” – come see us in action! january 9, 2017january 13, 2017adminleave a comment on “what if we started a school?” – come see us in action!824 views so often i see the same sentiment from educators involved in education dialogue, “wouldn’t it be nice if a school were doing ____.  i would love to see a school who actually implemented _______, instead of just talking about it.” as an educator, i felt the same. i would be energized by discussions with colleagues at conferences and then again each week during twitter chats; i was inspired to do something better, but unsure of where to start. equally disheartening, i rarely had the examples of schools doing really transformative things to share back with my own school. it was as a result of these types of interactions that i started my own, “what if we…” school. what if we redesigned assessment and ditched tests? what if we had a school with a no homework policy? what if we got rid of all boxed curriculum? what if we took kids on learning excursions every week? what if we built a true community of learners? what if we got rid of classrooms that looked like classrooms and used space differently? what if we had 1:1 technology? i want to invite you to come see what this kind of, “what if we…” school looks like. for all of you who have dreamed a different kind of school, a different kind of education, this conference is for you. 5sigma edu con  is not your typical conference. our goal isn’t to show you all of the latest and greatest apps that you can use in your classroom (although you’ll likely learn about some new ones while your here). our goal isn’t to inspire you (although inspiration will be here in abundance). our goal is to give voice to all of your, “what if we…” dreams. to show you what it looks like to start that school, and then empower you to launch some of those dreams in your own classroom. the conference begins with a keynote by jimmy casas followed by a tour of anastasis academy led by our students. you’ll get a learner-eye-view of this “dream” school.  you’ll get a variety of sessions by the very people who have inspired us along the way. sessions that go beyond your typical sit-and-get. sessions that inspire you and then empower you to launch change in your classroom. you’ll also get a closing keynote by the awesome sarah thomas, panel discussions, an adult field trip (to a brewery…because it is in denver!), and the most amazing burger and tots you can imagine (seriously, ask anyone who has been to a 5sigma edu con and they will tell you that this alone is worth the price of admission!) if you need help getting the pd dollars to attend 5sgima, customize this template letter to request help from the powers-that-be (aka your administration or development committee). just copy and paste the sessions that interest you most. below are just a few of the sessions you can look forward to at this year’s 5sigma edu con. space is limited, so make sure to reserve your spot today! if you want to bring a team from your school, please email me at info@anastasisacademy.us and i will be happy to work out a group discount. simplify: becoming a carry-on teacher in a checked baggage classroom -kevin croghan in teaching, we have a bazillion things to do every day, but that doesn’t mean we need to have a bazillion things.  brass tacks: i like minimalism, i dig gadgets and tools that i can keep on my person, and i love going mobile.  this session will provide sample minimalist philosophies, ideas for everyday items to carry, and time to craft our own personal teaching toolkits to manage our workflows.  the concepts apply to all teachers and are particularly valuable for those who share space. pbl and tech: tools to support inquiry based learning     -jennifer anderson explore tools and apps useful to teachers and students in an inquiry based learning environment. facilitator and participants will share what they know or learn about tools that support engaging student interest through inquiry, research, project management, and creating artifacts of learning. shades of 1:1 – what models work best to transform classrooms – ben wilkoff how does a 1:1 environment change the way we plan lessons to create more engaging learning tasks? how does it support and empower students? if we haven’t answered these questions, why should we hold it up as the ideal? in this session we will interrogate the notion of 1:1 and explore alternative ways of supporting blended and personalized learning in our schools. let them lead! student-owned learning environment (re)design -jessica raleigh and chris moore how might children be leaders and highly engaged learners throughout all phases of a student-led learning environment design (or redesign!) cycle? this session explores the question with a variety of adult and student facilitators from mcglone academy, guided by a backchannel and planning documents for a learning space (re)design. know your place: using placemaking and storytelling to make meaning & change the world -noah geisel we are preparing students for successful futures in a world of automation and outsourcing. this session investigates and unpacks skills that people do better than machines and that can’t be shipped to other countries. let’s be human and state making meaning together. learning  > assessment: embedding stories that empower learning – kelly tenkely how might we re-imagine our assessment practices to better embed stories in the data? how might we give our assessment practices an “upgrade” to better empower students as learners? in this session, we’ll explore the purpose of assessment and identify those elements that help us better tell the stories of learning. we’ll start from a clean slate and re-imagine assessment from the ground up. what is sacred in education? building a foundation for agency -kelly tenkely what is the first step for agency in education? how might we use a learner profile to build a foundation and culture for agency in our schools? together we’ll explore the pieces of the learner profile that we use at anastasis, as well as how this step into agency seeps into every decision we make as a school. passion-based learning through inquiry- “an inquiry inception” – michelle baldwin students are often asked to find answers to problems created for them by adults; frequently, these concepts are introduced with little to no context as to how they relate to the students. we want learners to feel empowered to explore ideas that make them wonder, discover problems to solve, ask questions, and demonstrate what they’ve learned in ways that help them make sense of the world around them. empowered learners follow their curiosity past mere engagement to discovery and “light bulb” moments in learning. through an inquiry model, students are able to explore new concepts and follow their passions to a higher level of learning. this results in increased ownership, deeper levels of understanding, and the ability to assess their own progress through reflection. as student agency increases, their learning becomes more meaningful and relevant! in this session, participants will learn the inquiry model through inquiry – inquiry inception! we’ll explore passion-based learning and inquiry methods to learn how to guide students into discovering their passions within any classroom. save literature-map: help students find new authors to fall in love with january 5, 2017adminleave a comment on literature-map: help students find new authors to fall in love with1034 views what it is: literature map is a literature recommendation system. it is really easy to discover a new author. start by searching for an author you enjoy, and magically a map of names will appear based on what other readers of that author have read. the closer that two writers are on the map, the more likely it is that you will like both of them. click on any name on the map to travel further and find more recommendations. how to integrate literature map into the classroom: it’s a common problem, a student falls in love with an author and devours everything the author has ever written. then they come to the end of their journey and a sort of sadness hangs over them, there is nothing more. enter literature map. students can easily enter the name of the beloved author and discover others they are sure to love, leading them down a rabbit trail of reading utopia! students can discover new voices, genres, and keep the love of reading alive. literature map is a great site to bookmark on classroom computers, in the library, or on student devices. if your students do an author study, this site could be useful for helping them find related authors and then using wolfram alpha to compare the authors they find side by side. tips: hat tip to @michellek107 for sharing this with anastasis staff this week! aurasma: create augmented reality experiences in under 2 min. january 4, 2017january 4, 2017adminleave a comment on aurasma: create augmented reality experiences in under 2 min.1895 views what it is: aurasma is an app (also a website) that allows learners to quickly create augmented reality experiences for others. augmented reality is the mix of technology and the real world. probably the most popular or, at least the most commonly used, augmented reality is the use of snapchat filters. funny faces and masks are overlaid on top of the real world (i.e. whatever you are taking a picture of). aurasma makes it simple to quickly create these types of experiences for others. learners start by uploading, or taking, a “trigger” photo. this photo is what the aurasma app will look for to trigger the event that has been layered on top of the photo. next, learners add overlay images. these are the images that will popup when the trigger photo is within the camera viewfinder. it might sound cumbersome, but it really isn’t! it is like having qr codes embedded right in any environment…without the qr code! how to integrate aurasma into the classroom: because learners can create augmented reality experiences for any environment, the possibilities are seriously endless. below are a few ways i can see our teachers and learners using aurasma: a few years ago, our students explored how the world works through the pbs series, and book, how we got to now by steven johnson. as a result of their learning, the students decided to build a domino museum (you can read about that here). at the time, they put qr codes all around their museum. some qr codes explained how the museum worked, and others expanded on the information that was presented on each domino. aurasma could take an experience like this to the next level by allowing students to embed information and instructions all around the museum. as people walked through their domino museum with the aurasma app opened up, additional information would have automatically populated based on where they placed triggers. anastasis students are super creative in presenting their learning at the end of an inquiry block. during the last block, one of our students explored the history of dance. in one of our learning spaces she created a time machine that students could get into. then she themed other learning spaces for each time period. with aurasma, she could have had the students actually see the dancers/costumes/etc. of each time period as if they were really in the room, using the room as a trigger. in a foreign language class, students could use objects/items in the room as triggers for vocabulary overlays. as students look through their iphone/ipad/android’s camera in the aurasma app, all of that vocabulary would pop up as others explored the room. our students go on a field trip on average once a week. they explore all kinds of incredible places for learning in context. often, another class might end up at the same location later in the month or even in another year. as students visit somewhere new, they can overlay their learning on a place. when other classes, or another year’s students visit, they can see the learning that took place when others visited. (how cool would it be to get a network of schools doing this so that we could all learn together!) we have a strong social justice component at anastasis. last year, our jr. high kids spent time at network coffee house. during their time there, they spent a day in the life of a homeless person. they held cardboard signs on street corners and panhandled, they met other homeless, and got a tour of where these people sleep, get warm, etc. afterward they had incredible reflections about their experience. it would have been a neat exercise to have them end the day by taking pictures of landmarks at the various stops around their tour as triggers. when they got back to school, they could have created an augmented reality reflection tour for others. in art class, students could take a photo of their creation and then overlay an explanation about how they created their art, their inspiration, etc. during a school art show, those in attendance would get to experience the heart behind each piece. in social studies, students could snap a photo of a place on the map, and then overlay their learning on top. as others explored the map with the aurasma app, all of that information would populate as they explored the map. learners could take a photo of the cover of a book (or book spine) that they just read. they can overlay the trigger image with their review of the book. as students are searching the library through the aurasma app, they will see the reviews that other students have left behind. teachers can use aurasma to embed instructions or norms around their classrooms. i’m imagining this being useful for special equipment use in a maker space or science lab. this would also be a great way to embed instructions when you have different learning happening in the classroom in a center like environment. multiply your reach by layering the instructions or a demonstration of each center at its location in the classroom. teachers could also use aurasma to amplify the usefulness of posters or bulletin boards around the classroom. snap a photo of either as your trigger and then layer additional helpful information over top. it could be fun to “hide” a writing prompt or brain teaser in your classroom each day. just snap a photo of something in the classroom so that when students look through their camera with aurasma, the overlay pops up with instructions. this would also be a fun way to lead students through problem solving of a mystery where they are discovering clues and following directions. at the beginning of the year, you could create a tour of the school or scavenger hunt around the school to help students get acclimated to their new surroundings. sooo…the possibilities really are endless with this one! tips: learners can create augmented reality experiences from the aurasma website, but to actually view the augmented reality, an iphone/ipad/android device with the aurasma app is needed. save 8 of the best research tools for inquiry january 3, 2017admin3 comments on 8 of the best research tools for inquiry2235 views as an inquiry based school, anastasis students (and teachers) spend a lot of time researching. our students essentially build their own living curriculum as they follow a line of inquiry. below are my very favorite research tools for students. research platforms: 1. kiddle– this is a kid-friendly, google safe powered search engine. what i appreciate about kiddle is the ease of use for younger learners. kiddle searches safe sites that were written for kids. kiddle editors hand choose sites that deliver content that is age-appropriate and written in easy to understand language. best of all, kiddle’s image and video searches brings about the results you would expect it to for kids. when a student innocently types in “kitten” looking for cute pictures to add to a presentation, they get actual pictures of the feline variety rather than the scantily dressed woman named “kitten.” so, winning! the downside to kiddle: if you have older students doing research on social justice issues, “sex trafficking statistics in america,” they will get an “oops” message for questionable language. it might not be robust enough as a research tool for jr. high and high school students depending on the issues being explored. 2. boolify– the best thing about this google safe powered search engine is the way it teaches learners how to correctly use a search engine and how to refine their searches. boolify teaches this skill by asking them to use keywords and boolean operators (and, or, not) in a search to refine results using a drag/drop interface. students drag elements and follow prompts to learn how to correctly complete a search to get the best possible results. 3. wolfram alpha– this is not really a search engine, but more of a computational knowledge engine. it is a fantastic tool for comparing information (think people in history, weather in different parts of world, etc), exploring mathematics, units and measures, data/statistical information, science, geography, technology…truly you should just go play with this knowledge computational engine because my description isn’t doing justice to the cool things it does! this is a powerful addition to inquiry. my favorite feature is the ability to compare things side by side. the nature of inquiry often has students exploring relationships between events, people, places, etc., wolfram makes it really easy to do this! 4.  creative commons– this is a great place to search for images, videos, sounds that are listed under the creative commons license that lets learners find content they can share, reuse, and mix into something new. the caution i would add here for kids: anyone can list content under the creative commons license and depending on the search, some questionable material may pop up. this one is best used with supervision! creative commons is a great place to start a conversation about licensing and using content created by others. resources to help learners work through research independently 5. michael friermood who writes the thinker builder has a great graphic organizer to help learners work toward independence in their research. you can find it here. 6. create a culture of thinking by giving your learners the tools to help them through a variety of thinking routines. this is an awesome resource when students hit a wall with a “closed” inquiry question (one that is too narrow and has one answer). it is equally useful when students aren’t sure how they can expand their research. these thinking routines will help them “open” questions and think from new vantage points and angles that may set them off down a path of new or expanded inquiry. tracy ann clark created this fun-to-use, and great resource for helping learners explore these thinking routines…because who doesn’t love a cootie catcher?! find it here. 7. anatomy of a google search- this pdf helps learners understand the how and why behind a search. download the pdf here. 8. google modifiers cheat sheet- this is a good one to explore with students and then hang on the wall as a reminder! download the pdf here. want to learn more about how we run our inquiry powered k-8 classrooms at anastasis? join us for our conference in february! 5sigma education conference adobe spark: easily create and share videos, images, and newsletters january 2, 2017admin2 comments on adobe spark: easily create and share videos, images, and newsletters991 views what it is: adobe spark is a collection of fantastic (free!) creative tools available online or as an app download. create social graphics that are stunning and easy to share (you know the kind: flyers, memes, posters, ads). the example above took under 2min to create and share! 🙂 make beautiful web stories for event recaps, newsletters, photo journals, portfolios, etc. produce and share impressive videos for storytelling, projects, or to share to social media. if you (or your students) are feeling a lack of creativity, there is even a bank of inspiration that will get you started! this is particularly helpful for your students who struggle with a place to start but are brilliant with a little nudge. whether you begin with inspiration or not, you’ll be feeling an extra burst of creativity in no time. how to integrate adobe spark in the classroom: the collection of tools in adobe spark are perfect for students and teachers alike. students can use these tools to create book reviews, to document science experiments, for storytelling, to explain their inquiry process, as an eportfolio, to illustrate math concepts, and so much more! these tools will help your students take their learning and present it in a way that is both visually powerful, and easy to share. teachers, you can use adobe spark to create a weekly newsletter (so easy to share home with parents!), create photo journals of class events or field trips, to create writing and thinking prompts to share with students, quotes, presentations, and announcements. the photo journal would be a great way to give families a glimpse into your classroom, if you’re like me, your phone is full of pictures at the end of each week! if you have a class social media channel on instagram, facebook, twitter, or youtube- adobe spark is about to take it to the next level of awesomeness! i love the way that adobe spark has made digital storytelling that much easier to create and share. this is a site that you’ll want to bookmark for easy access, and put on all of your students devices if you have a one-to-one environment. tips: if you have laptops, the web version of adobe spark is best, otherwise download the app! posts navigation 1 2 … 132 next kelly’s other sites anastasis academy 5sigma educational conference the learning genome project dreams of education ipad curriculum updated design happiness is a project- lifestyle blog stand again me on twitter me on twitter multi category search » 5sigma » anastasis academy » blooms taxonomy analyze apply create evaluate knowledge (remember) understand (describe, explain) » for teachers classroom management education reform friday recap inspiration iste10 professional development reform symposium conference teacher resources ted talk tuesdays » grade level middle/high school primary elementary secondary elementary » maker space » project pln » resource type blogs collaboration download interactive book interactive whiteboard ipod open source podcasts software video video tutorials virtual field trips web tools web2.0 websites » subject art character education foreign language fun & games geography government history inquiry internet safety language arts math music pe phonics science social studies spelling technology typing translate blog arabic german portuguese chinese italian russian japanese spanish french korean (about) become a fan ilearn technology on facebook archives archives select month january 2017 december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 july 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 december 2013 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 december 2012 november 2012 october 2012 september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 june 2012 may 2012 april 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 july 2011 june 2011 may 2011 april 2011 march 2011 february 2011 january 2011 december 2010 november 2010 october 2010 september 2010 august 2010 july 2010 june 2010 may 2010 april 2010 march 2010 february 2010 january 2010 december 2009 november 2009 october 2009 september 2009 august 2009 july 2009 june 2009 may 2009 april 2009 march 2009 february 2009 january 2009 december 2008 november 2008 october 2008 september 2008 august 2008 july 2008 june 2008 may 2008 april 2008 march 2008 february 2008 january 2008 december 2007 november 2007 october 2007 september 2007 august 2007 july 2007 meta register log in entries rss comments rss wordpress.org greengeeks offers fantastic- web hosting for drupal websites. admissionland.com writers are available 24/7 to assist you with college entrance essays. you can find your personal term paper writer at 123midterm.com – a professional academic writing service. make a website for free- start now contact the following professional writing service essay.tv to hire academic writers. find the wholesale gadgets on- tradetang check custom writing from smartwritingservice online paper writing company. brautkleid facebook twitter instagram pinterest rss copyright kelly tenkely 2017


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