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Summer Break! Shows return on August 4, 2018

Our Classroom 2.0 LIVE team is taking our traditional summer break beginning with ISTE 2018 through the month of July. We hope you'll all plan to join us for the kickoff to our new school year of inspiring, informative webinars on August 4, 2018. This break is a perfect opportunity for you to browse through the Archives and Resources and view some of the recordings and Livebinder resources that you may have missed or may want to see again.

Remember you can always request a PD Certificate for any webinar you attend whether it is a live session or a recorded session. The link for the survey to request a certificate can be found in every Livebinder under the tab "Survey for PD Certificate" or with this shortened URL http://tinyurl.com/cr20livesurvey

Enjoy your well-deserved summer break and we'll look forward to having you all back with us on August 4th! Check our home page in late July for the announcement of our August 4th show!http://live.classroom20.com

On the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! site (http://live.classroom20.com) you'll find the recordings and Livebinder from our recent “Open Mic: Summer Bucket List 2018” session facilitated by Paula Naugle. Click on the Archives and Resources tab.

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Looking for an Elementary Technology Teacher

Started by Sarah in Introductions on Thursday. 0 Replies

We are a private elementary school in Bellevue, WA. We have an opening for a Technology teacher, Apologies if this is the wrong place to post - please let me know if there is a better forum/site. Thank you!…Continue

Apps, Ideas, & Advice for Using Tablets (Android or iPad)

Started by Scott Habeeb in Help or Feedback Needed. Last reply by Joséphine Misson on Thursday. 174 Replies

Our school will be experimenting with several Android tablets as well as the iPad this summer in hopes of starting a pilot program at some point next school year.  Does anyone have any Apps, Ideas, or Advice they would like to share about using…Continue

Tags: 3.0, motorola, samsung, honeycomb, classroom

Top 5 ways to effectively use mobile devices in the classroom

Started by carla sullivan in Success Stories. Last reply by Joséphine Misson on Thursday. 1 Reply

Description: An increasing number of institutes are allowing students to carry their mobile devices to the classroom, considering the advantage it has for the students. We have listed five ways in which educators can leverage classroom management…Continue

Tags: class, control, software, management, Classroom

Maze Design Technology

Started by Pete Ruhl in Help or Feedback Needed. Last reply by amirah ara on Tuesday. 3 Replies

I currently do a project where my students create a massive box maze out of appliance boxes for the entire elementary school to go through.  We use excel to organize our measurements, and we use iMovie to create a highlight video of the entire…Continue

On-line math learning for elementary

Started by Sarah Lewenberg in First Time Posting. Last reply by Ann M Callicutt Jun 15. 14 Replies

I am looking for on-line free math websites that are more than just games that I can use to both support struggling math learners and to accelerate students in the elementary schools.Continue

Tags: elementary, line, on, math

What does 2 years of IB experience look like?

Started by VirginiaJenkins in Introductions Jun 7. 0 Replies

Hello,I'm curious as to what 2 years (very specific I know) of IB experience looks like to a potential school when they are looking at resumes? Is it that much better than not having any IB experience at all? Is it that far below someone who has 5…Continue

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Looking for an Elementary Technology Teacher

We are a private elementary school in Bellevue, WA. We have an opening for a Technology teacher, Apologies if this is the wrong place to post - please let me know if there is a better forum/site. Thank you!…See More
Thursday
Joséphine Misson replied to Scott Habeeb's discussion Apps, Ideas, & Advice for Using Tablets (Android or iPad)
"Have you ever heard of Wooclap, it’s an amazing classroom response system (SAAS) that helps teachers make classes more fun and interactive for the students. Wooclap also offer knowledge on how technology enhances classroom experiences!…"
Thursday
Joséphine Misson replied to carla sullivan's discussion Top 5 ways to effectively use mobile devices in the classroom
"I totally agree with what you are saying.  Often people see technology as source of distraction. However, we must understand that technology today is surrounding us, and that most of the students now were basically born with a smartphone in…"
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Joséphine Misson liked carla sullivan's discussion Top 5 ways to effectively use mobile devices in the classroom
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amirah ara replied to Pete Ruhl's discussion Maze Design Technology
"It was nice thought. Great!"
Tuesday
Ann M Callicutt replied to Sarah Lewenberg's discussion On-line math learning for elementary
"I am new to fifth grade math next year. Thanks for all of the great sites for me to check out."
Jun 15
carla sullivan posted a discussion

Top 5 ways to effectively use mobile devices in the classroom

Description: An increasing number of institutes are allowing students to carry their mobile devices to the classroom, considering the advantage it has for the students. We have listed five ways in which educators can leverage classroom management…See More
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