Posts Tagged ‘students’

Just made the below illustrations to laminate in classrooms, they’re not going to win any design awards but they do the job I wanted them to do! I’m trying to get workflow on computers to be more efficient from Grade 1 upwards. Another thing I see happening is that our students (and teachers) have a […]

Thursday, September 13th, 2012 at 18:25 0 comments

It seems that this school year I’m getting excited about one thing. Portfolios. This year marks our first full year using the Google Apps platform. Every student in Grades 3 to 5 will use the Google platform for pretty much everything they do, presentations, write-ups, and also an e-portfolio for the first time in our […]

Friday, August 31st, 2012 at 09:30 0 comments

Ed Tech Survey Results: Part 1 Ed Tech Survey Results: Part 2 Ed Tech Survey Results: Part 3 *Survey conducted with 120 educators, mainly from Twitter (March 2011) Do you feel your administrators are supportive or flexible in technology integration (in any form) in your school?   Well that’s a very nice big “YES” there […]

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011 at 12:56 0 comments

Ed Tech Survey Results: Part 1 Ed Tech Survey Results: Part 2   *Survey conducted with 120 educators, mainly from Twitter (March 2011) What’s the hardest obstacle to overcome in integrating technology in your classes?   You need to look a bit deeper in this Wordle(click on Wordle for link) to see some appropriate words. […]

Friday, April 1st, 2011 at 11:05 0 comments

Ed Tech Survey Results: Part 3 Ed Tech Survey Results: Part 1   *Survey conducted with 120 educators, mainly from Twitter (March 2011) What’s been the best use of technology in your classes this school year? What a fascinating Wordle (click for link) generated from the 120 answers to the question: “What’s been the best […]

Friday, April 1st, 2011 at 07:02 0 comments
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