Hello Everyone, I’m pulling double posts on this Tuesday morning and I’m going to kick it all off with a great App Dice Apple Watch roll. I have two seniors who just recently received the Apple Watch as an early graduation gift and Wednesday is our annual Track & Field Day. We are planning a lot more PE Tech activities with iPad and GAFE in the fall and I thought we would do a great test since we are big users of Evernote in middle school and high school so I rolled by App Dice and look what I came … Continue reading Running with Pages of Evernote
Happy Monday Everyone, If you were watching my twitter feeds on Friday you can see I made some new App Dice around the Apple Watch. A good friend of mine is an early adaptor of the Apple Watch and another friend of mine already has a hand full of students with them. Well, I rolled the dice with my Comics in the Classroom theme today and do I have a fun App Smash for you. 1. Set up a group of questions on Plickers. The question set? “Why do Super Villains commit crimes?” Give the multiple choice of answers from: … Continue reading I calculate a sticky situation
My first Apple Watch App Smash using my new App Dice to create a fun App Smash with Evernote and Explain Everything with some Plickers fun. Continue reading Apple Watch App Dice Smash
I’m happy to announce the winner of my Stick Around Teach like a Pirate Giveraway winner is Stephanie Laird. She came up with this awesome Teach Like a Pirate Lesson: As a culminating activity for their persuasive writing unit, fourth grade students will write an essay from the perspective of a turkey, explaining why turkey should not be served at Thanksgiving. Once the writing has been edited and ready to publish, students will find a creative commons image of a Turkey, upload it to Blabbarize, and record their persuasive essay as if the Turkey is talking. The final Blabbarize will … Continue reading Stick Around Teach like a Pirate Giveaway Winner, Stephanie Laird
Hey Tally, Tally, Tally! While it might be October we all know it will soon be voting time come November and thanks to that, I became inspired thanks to the newest book in my collection, Pure Genius by Don Wettrick. I just got a few pages into the book and I was hit by a wave of inspiration, so I jotted down some ideas that went well thinking about Tallies. So, all you Pirates, Mobile Tech and Wearable Tech Educators and Students get ready, here we go: 1. For Early elementary teach students how tallying works, the basic drawing of … Continue reading Tally UP!
Greetings everyone and Happy Hump Day. If you are look at the top image and seeing Teacher Andy up there you are probably saying: “Wait what?!” or “Why are you displaying android, IOS and GAFE up there?” Well, its pretty simple, I was working with a few students of mine the other day and we were going over Evernote. For those who don’t know, Evernote is a great productivity App that can be used for note taking, journaling, presenting and voice notes and synchs across all platforms from mobile to desktop. Two of my teachers decided to have students start … Continue reading Taking Apps out of the Useless Folder
How is everyone today? I’m feeling great, very inspired, its Wednesday. For those who know me, Wednesday is always my favorite day of the week. Why you might ask? New comic books come out on Wednesday (unless there is a major holiday). Sadly, my comic book collecting days have been numbered for several reasons (budget) but that doesn’t mean once in a great while something new ends up in my possession. The most recent was the blu-ray edition of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. One of the best comic book movies made so far, did you know you can … Continue reading Stick Around with Captain America and Apple Watch History