Have you ever played kerplunk? It’s a great game where the object of the game is to skillfully remove the sticks from the tube while dropping the fewest marbles … Continue reading Tumbling Monkeys in the Classroom
As January comes to a close, we start looking ahead towards that 14th day of February, Valentine’s Day. For years, students and teachers have made Valentine Cards from paper to … Continue reading Digital Valentine’s
My friends Kasey Bell from Shake Up Learning and Matt Miller of Ditch that Textbook have started a brand new podcast. This is a great podcast if you are new … Continue reading The Google Teacher Tribe Podcast is
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Winter break has come to an end, as many educators, students and myself return to the classroom this week. We are ready to try out new lessons, ideas and projects … Continue reading STEAM your Robots and Green Screen
In the last month, I, along with many other educators have been participating in Booksnaps. For those who don’t know, Booksnaps was started by Tara Martin. Have students or … Continue reading Robotsnaps
The New Year is here and I’m kicking off 2017 with Robot Edu. I remember when I was my son’s age thirty years ago. Being a fan of … Continue reading Robot Breakout Edu