Posts Tagged ‘google docs’

I came away from a recent conference which focused on using one “platform/toolset” for every job. Imaginable. Even if it didn’t really work as well as another tool. My takeaway from that conference was that I don’t want to be that type of educator. Ever. And you shouldn’t either. If a certain tool doesn’t do […]

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013 at 09:17 0 comments

Along with discussions ongoing throughout the year, it’s necessary to put out a survey to the teachers before even contemplating what technology purchases we wish for next year. This survey gives myself and the administration reflections on this year and recommendations from teachers for next year; what’s working and what needs to be looked at. […]

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013 at 08:00 0 comments

Day 2 kicked off with a keynote by Rushton Hurley¬†who was coming back to SAS after being a student here back in the 70s. Nice shoutout to the SAS superintendent who said to his teachers yesterday from the stage “I give you permission to innovate wildly“. Quote of the conference!! Using Technology to Kick Posterior […]

Sunday, September 9th, 2012 at 19:37 0 comments

As a planning platform I couldn’t think of anything more accessible or flexible than our Google Docs platform here at school. We started off the PYP Exhibition Unit with a whole grade instruction session on how and what we were going to be doing in Google Docs. Each group had one person stay behind with […]

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012 at 21:48 4 comments