Classroom 2.0 LIVE! - Saturday Shows

We are very excited to be able to feature Stephanie Suter. Stephanie is an experienced and inspired Edu.Buncee Ambassador who is a fantastic elementary teacher in Southold Elementary School, New York. Edu.Buncee is a web-based creation and presentation tool that is really simple to use and enables you to easily bring together all kinds of content (Buncee artwork, photos, videos, drawings, audio, and links) onto one digital canvas, making a cloud-based, shareable creation. Student's can use Buncee to turn their experiences and lessons into multimedia digital stories, travel scrapbooks, research projects, and more. Teachers can create interactive lessons and multimedia presentations, flip their classrooms, and send home beautiful newsletters and invitations to parents and the local community. Stephanie will describe Edu.Buncee and provide us with examples and stories about how she uses it in her classroom.

More information and session details are at If you're new to the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! show you might want to spend a few minutes viewing the screencast on the homepage to learn how we use Blackboard Collaborate, and navigate the site. Each show begins at 12pm Eastern (GMT-5) and may be accessed in Blackboard Collaborate directly using the following Classroom 2.0 LIVE! link at All webinars are closed captioned.

On the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! site ( you'll find the recordings and Livebinder from our recent “eCyberMission” session with our special guest Matt Hartman. Click on the Archives and Resources tab.

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Android app that helps student master mental calculation

Started by Anton Tkachenko in Help or Feedback Needed 4 hours ago. 0 Replies

Dear community,I'm a former teacher of math from Russia and a developer. Not long ago I launched an app that will help students master mental calculation. You can see the app description and download it here: …Continue

Tags: app, android, Math

Mobile apps

Started by Ruchita Parat in Uncategorized. Last reply by Lauren Skidmore yesterday. 7 Replies

Do you think addition tools like mobile apps can help to make a teacher explain his subject better??Continue

Newbie in search of help for multimedia presentations

Started by Ericka Lee in Help or Feedback Needed. Last reply by Kristine Strauss on Sunday. 1 Reply

I am a graduate student making a career change from telecommunications to educational technology. Wow. The learning curve is a steep climb but I am up for the challenge! :)I just completed my first multimedia presentation with sound. I used Prezi…Continue

Tags: audio, files, getting, started, presentations

Tips and Tricks for Classroom Discipline

Started by margaretsales in Introductions. Last reply by Zeinab El Hussein on Sunday. 1 Reply

If you’re a teacher you can understand how difficult it can be to …Continue

Help needed with lesson ideas for third graders.

Started by Julie Carson in Help or Feedback Needed. Last reply by Stormi Duckett on Saturday. 1 Reply

I recently found out that I will be teaching 2 classes every Thursday.They will be still receiving instruction in the computer lab every week and they will meeting CIPA compliance while in there.  I am in need of help with additional lessons to…Continue

Technology and ELL

Started by Stormi Duckett in Introductions on Saturday. 0 Replies

I am a second grade teacher and I am looking for a reading program that can help below grade level readers who are also ELL. Are there any websites you know of or reading programs?Continue

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Android app that helps student master mental calculation

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Lauren Skidmore replied to Ruchita Parat's discussion Mobile apps
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Lauren Skidmore replied to Kelly Ryan's discussion Kinect and PE in the group Physical Education
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Lauren Skidmore replied to Kelly Ryan's discussion Kinect and PE in the group Physical Education
"I have used the Wii in my classes before for things like Just Dance and Wii Fit. The kids seem to really like it and even though only two people can actually play at once we still have the entire class following along with the steps. "
Lauren Skidmore replied to Michael Rabago's discussion Implementation of Instructional Technology in PE in the group Physical Education
"If your school is using BYOD you can have students track steps with the health app that is on all Iphones. Also there are free apps for any smartphones that can track steps out there too.  You could use this for a class goal or use it during a…"
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