I’ve modified my Video Chat Etiquette handout to include Zoom features for students.
Whether we communicate with a partner in a video chat or face-to-face, we rely on the same basic interpersonal communication skills. We use our verbal language, voice intonation, body language, and facial expression to convey our thoughts, meaning, and motive. The… Continue Reading
With Stop Motion Studio for the iPad, creating stop-motion animation has never been easier. This app is appropriate for all K-5 students. You can animate any inanimate object. Perhaps it’s an illustrated paper cutout or maybe a pencil or lego… Continue Reading
How many times has this happened to you? Someone sends you a link to access a shared Google file. You click on it, but you get a message saying your account does not have permission to access the file. This… Continue Reading
Teachers have access to network printers all across the district. The district IT department has set up network printers, so you don’t need special permission to add printers whether you’re in your own building or in another one somewhere in… Continue Reading
Documenting and reflecting on learning is essential to the learning process. The act of self-reflection allows the learner to walk backwards and contemplate the meaning of each step and how they put her on this path to discovery. One tool… Continue Reading
What’s better than a paper hard copy of an important document? A digital copy that you can easily store, access, and reproduce at any time. Scanning hard copies into digital files is super easy with a Xerox machine. Just load… Continue Reading
A handy feature of Google Calendar is the “appointment slot.” We can create a calendar, create time or “appointment” windows, and then make it available to others, so that they can claim these time slots. The Room 25 Digital Arts… Continue Reading