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The Best Laid Plans..

I was excited. I had some great plans for my eighth grade English class next year. These included a blog for assignments that would allow students to practice their writing and become reporters of current events, school functions, etc. I … Continue reading

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Are iPads Good for Kids?

As I have been researching our attempt to entertain our toddler on a 12 hour road trip to the beach this summer, along with a separate trip to North Carolina on an airplane (with a connecting flight), I continue to … Continue reading

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@TeacherLingo

I recently started to use my Twitter account. I started one two years ago but never understood how networked I could get. My friends don’t do it, there really wasn’t a reason for me to. Now that I have a … Continue reading

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Did A Little Bird Tell You?

I chose to create a Little Bird Tale about adjectives since I teach English. This site allows for students to draw and upload pictures, record their voices, and share their tales with others. It is simple to use, however, I … Continue reading

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Moving to 2.0

I chose to use Prezi to create a new presentation of my digital citizenship unit that I teach to sixth, seventh, and eighth grade computer students. My presentation is just one day of the four-day unit. I used to use … Continue reading

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In the year 2025..

As I think about what education will look like in the year 2025, I can’t help but think of the children whom will be graduating in the year 2025. Currently, they are approximately 4 years old. My niece is almost … Continue reading

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What do I foresee?

Hello, everyone! My name is Lindsey Storm, and I am currently an eighth grade grammar and 6-8 technology teacher at St. Anthony Grade School in Effingham, Illinois. I am also the part-time software coordinator for St. Anthony Grade School and … Continue reading

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