Monthly Archives: May 2017

Fidget Spinners – a classroom device

Really great article on lesson designs that embrace the use of the fidget spinner.  Read all about it and check out the lesson at the bottom of the page. http://denissheeran.com/fidgetlessons/

Mash-up HACK (16th May)

Sam and I shared how our students are currently mashing-up their app classwork on the iPADs. Reviewed use of show me, lino board, visualize, and skitch. We also practiced air dropping work back and forth between ipads, macbooks, and iphones. Their are multiple advantages for students resourcefully completing their learning objectives on the iPADs, rather […]

Using Digitools for revision

TK and I met for the WIRED Hack today and we discussed useful online digital tools to help our students with revision. Using the Schlecty Centre Weebly site, we reviewed together recommended flash card creators, online mind maps and graphic organisers (StudyBlue, StudyStack, Interactive Graphic Organisers) and then added our favourites directly to a Moodle […]