Ozobots, small little robots you can code a number of ways. Great for K-college and more. As many of you know, I love using Robot EDU, where you use robotics to challenge and engage students. Using STREAM (science, technology, reading, engineering, arts & mathematics). I have had students creating amazing projects with Ozobots over the last year. One of the greatest ways to generate creativity is to tell a story with an Ozobot is by creating a Skin for them. Skins are usually cut outs that students and teachers can attach to Ozobots to dress them up to look like animals, people or objects. Many classrooms love to use Makerspaces with Ozobots using 3D printers and 3Doodlrs (I know I have). Giving such a unique look to their Ozobots. However, as we know many schools do not have 3D printing, butttttt…. many schools have Chromebooks.
Fall is here, leaves are changing colors, the air is a bit colder and it’s a great time to App Smash. As many of you know, I use Flipgrid for all of my classes, I love using Flipgrid for student reflection, engagement and reporting. In the last week, I have introduced my students to Canva. Canva is a program that allows you to design for both the web and print. If you are a GSUITE for EDU school like mine, students can sign in through Google (have to be 13 or oder) and download the app. While I have used Adobe Spark Suite with my students in the last couple of years, I have been slowly returning Canva for my image creation for my business classes. Recently, I started introducing our Job Unit to my Consumer Ed students and I wanted to bring Canva to their learning and add to their creative tool bag. Continue reading “Can your students make the pitch with Flipgrid and Canva?”
Hello Everyone, I’m here today to talk about Flipgrid. Yes, that wonderful interactive student/teacher voice platform that is becoming very popular right now. I started using flipgrid a few months ago with my Middle School STEAM students and they have … Continue reading Welcome to the Summer Flipgrid