We have these basic shortcuts hanging in our computer lab, and we teach students to use them when needed. There are many more, but these are basic ones students find fun using. If you want a list of them in Word Format, here it is: Basic CTRL Key Shortcuts CTRL+C (Copy) CTRL+X (Cut) CTRL+V (Paste) […]
I’ve written a lot about using geocaching in school, but I just found this great video on the www.geocaching.com site that explains geocaching as a hobby. With the weather turning warmer, this might be something that you and your family may want to try! It combines two of my favorite things: the outdoors and technology!
This article is a follow up to yesterday’s inservice at Clearbrook. We discussed Global Projects, Using Skype, Wiki Ideas, and Geocaching and Geobugs. Wow, that was a lot of stuff! Shelia Terry from Virginia Beach was able to skype with us and talk a little about her use with Skype with her students there. […]
Saturday be Talk Like a Pirate Day, so you might want t’ celebrate Friday or Monday with sprogs. Here’s some thin’s t’ get you started… Links: The Orginial Talk Like a Pirate Day Website English to Pirate Translator (a must have for this important day) Need some Pirate facts? Take a look at this wiki, […]
Have you seen the Nicoles’ new Carver library webpage? Or Victoria Salvat’s Kindergarten page? If not, check them out! You will notice they are using a really cool service called Glogster. Glogster allows you to make interactive poster-like creatives that include links, pictures, and videos all with a really slick looking design. You can allow […]
I am loving the iPhone apps! I just found this one (WordPress) that allows me to blog from my phone! I can even add pictures from my phone like this one taken of my summer school kids getting excited about a money game on the Smartboard. I am also enjoying the Pandora Radio, Weatherbug, Tap […]