Tag: History

January 28, 2015

Digital Fluency in the Classroom

I hear the term digital fluency tossed around in education technology on a regular basis. Many people think it means kids know a lot of different programs on the computer. As I watched my students work today I was reminded about how it is much more than just knowing how different programs work. When a […]

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3d Printing in the Classroom

June 19, 2014

Tinkering with the Past

I really enjoy professional collaboration. I recognize that I have only one perspective which can be greatly enhanced by another person’s ideas. My adventures in 3d printing in the classroom this year have provided me the opportunity to work with other teachers. One teacher is a colleague with whom I ¬†taught 4th grade for many […]

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