Bullis Middle School Students Make “Math Clocks” Using @Texthelp’s #EquatIO, Old CD’s, & the Laser Engraver #Edtech #Makered #STEAM #STEM #mathchat #mtbos

Bullis Middle School Students Make “Math Clocks” Using @Texthelp’s #EquatIO, Old CD’s, & the Laser Engraver #Edtech #Makered #STEAM #STEM #mathchat #mtbos

Last May, my colleague — middle school math teacher Caitlin Zolet — was looking to bring some fun and creative expression to exam review for her pre-algebra students. Inspired by math wall clocks, Caitlin decided to have her students pull together skills they had learned over the course of the year to design clocks of their … Continue reading

Flipgrid Helps @BullisSchool 3rd Graders Express Their Thinking @mrsstrickler3rd @Flipgrid #GlobalReadAloud @pernilleripp

I wanted to feature a guest blog post written by my colleague Kendall Strickler. Kendall has done some amazing work with her 3rd graders using Flipgrid this school year. I wanted to showcase her reflections on the impact of incorporating these Flipgrid activities into her classes as they couldn’t be more in-line with my experiences. by Kendall … Continue reading

Book review: Tech with Heart

Book review: Tech with Heart

Originally posted on Maris Hawkins:
I just finished reading my colleague Stacey Roshan’s book, Tech with Heart.  It.is.amazing.  Stacey shares her incredible journey and shows strength and vulnerability.  I have been lucky to work with Stacey while I have been at Bullis.  Typically, the first thing that I do when I find a tech tool…

#DBCBookBlogs: Tech with Heart

#DBCBookBlogs: Tech with Heart

Originally posted on Educational Hindsight:
I’ve been a fan of educational technology for some time now. In fact, that was the initial focus of this blog. So naturally when I heard there was a book to be released from Dave Burgess Consulting, Inc on the topic, I was pretty excited. Okay, so, I was really…