It’s February and Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Here’s a fun ELA/writing activity using Google Drawings to create magnetic poetry, courtesy of @ericcurts (follow him on Twitter) & Control Alt Achieve
Students in Jenni Stansell’s Science class at AMS, are developing Google Sites that address solutions for tomorrow’s environmental challenges. Mrs. Stansell’s students are completing this task in conjunction with the 2017 TAG-ED Middle School Webchallenge, a STEM challenge that focuses on the integration of technology and curriculum. To learn more about the TAG-ED challenge, click here.
Twitter is an excellent medium for learning from others or sharing the great things going on in your classroom or school within the Floyd County PLN or with educators across the country.
Check out the link below to see Mr. Carvajal’s class at MMS doing a Google Hangout with Cat Flippen.
With Valentine’s Day coming up, why not integrate some SAMR into the experience. Just to remind you SAMR stands for Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition. The idea of SAMR is to move learning to the Redefinition stage because tech allows for the creation of new things.
This site has some GREAT SAMR lessons for any grade level for Valentine’s Day. There are no tech, low tech, and high tech options available. Get to making some Valentines!
The 2nd Annual Edcamp Rome!
Saturday, March 18, 2017
at Rome High School in Rome, Georgia
What does it cost?
Nothing! The day is entirely FREE.
What do I need to bring?
Bring a friend and your favorite device: laptop, tablet, smartphone with the appropriate power cables.
More info Register