Dice UP the Classroom Book Review: Copyrighteous

I stop in to talk about Diana R Gill’s new book, Copyrigheous. The book is amazing. Many times we don’t know if we are sharing too much or not enough. When it comes to classroom teaching, are we truly teaching our students true digital citizenship and copyright and fair creative commons use? This book is a must have for any classroom. 4 stars out of 4. Continue reading Dice UP the Classroom Book Review: Copyrighteous

The Canva City Project

The past few months, I have been watching Matt Miller from Ditch that Text Book, Lisa Johnson from Tech Chef 4 You and Tony Vincent of Learning in Hand and Shapegrams having their students create amazing stories using Google Slides, Google Drawings and Canva. As many of you know, I have been big fans and friends with all three and I’m always looking towards their social media and websites for inspiration for my own classroom. About a month ago, I saw that Canva had created their new Animated Social Media Posters, I knew I had to infuse this into my classroom, but I didn’t know just how, but then inspiration hit me.

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Dice UP the Classroom: 3 Book reviews in less than 5 Minutes

Back with another Dice UP the Classroom set of book reviews. I review the PBL Playbook by AJ Juliani. Fueled by Coffee &Love: A Brew Perspective and The Coach ADVenure by Amy Illingworth. All books get a high 4 star rating and are perfect if you are a teacher to administrator. Continue reading Dice UP the Classroom: 3 Book reviews in less than 5 Minutes