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5th Grade Blogging
5th graders, We have officially kicked off our blogging for the year. Here is a tutorial with everything you'll need. To begin, use the tutorial to join your teacher's class blog make sure you have the proper Categories created publi (More)
Responsible Use Policy - Grades 2-5
The Responsible Use Policy is a document that outlines, for all Scarsdale Schools users (teachers and staff alike) appropriate use guidelines for using district devices, accounts, and services. Every year I do this lesson with the students, usuall (More)
GMail for Students
3rd and 4th graders now have access to their @scarsdaleschools.org GMail inboxes. 5th graders were given access at the start of 2020. Email in 3rd through 5th grade is designed to streamline communication. Teachers and students will still use Driv (More)
Social Studies with Adobe Spark Video
Adobe Spark is a great platform we've been experimenting with this year. Adobe Spark has a few great benefits including being cloud based so students can use any connected device and access their work anywhere, and it gives you 3 options; Spark Post, (More)
CapCon! 2019 is in the books
Once again the 5th graders were amazing and rocked the CapCon! Capstone event.   The students documented the process on their own blogs. The blogs can be accessed via the classroom teacher’s blogs (look for the “My class” menu on the sideb (More)
iMovies on paper with Aurasma
One of my pet peeves is the traditional bulletin board. As a technology teacher I feel the traditional paper stapled to cork board is counter intuitive to what students do in the lab. Paper bulletin board are fine for certain things, but if studen (More)
Infographics - a 5th grade primer
5th graders, You are working on creating infographics. Read these blog posts to help give you some background on why certain choices are made when creating infographics. These articles will also help you understand different design styles and meth (More)
5th Grade GMail
For many years now students have been creating, collaboration, and communication using Google Drive. They've been making documents and slide shows, sharing files with each other, leaving comments with feedback and notes. The one thing they haven't be (More)
Working On My Final Project
Working on my final project I thought there was gonna be a lot of work and there was. I was gonna do an ignite but I chose not to because every 15 seconds the slide changes and it would change would I didn’t finish. I also have to practice the time w (More)
CapCon! 2018 is in the books...
Once again the 5th graders were amazing and rocked the CapCon! Capstone event.   The students documented the process on their own blogs. The blogs can be accessed via the classroom teacher's blogs (look for the "My class" menu on the sideb (More)
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