Archive of ‘SMARTboard’ category

Do you know the “Pop See Ko”?

A few ladies over at Washington got me started on GoNoodle and the students LOVED it! If you haven’t heard of these awesome brain breaks check out the video below.

5 Ways to get started with Go Noodle

1. Use the new Search bar! Look for the magnifying glass in the upper right corner of GoNoodle, and find your favorite videos in a snap.

2. Explore the new Explore Page! It’s the #1 place to see what’s new (and what’s coming soon).

3. Broaden your horizons! Beyond Pop See Ko and Zumba Kids, there’s a world of calming and coordination activities. Try something new!

4. Inside scoop: GoNoodle’s new video player means shorter load times and less buffering. Share the news with a fellow teacher and be a GoNoodle hero!

5. GoNoodle Makeover: Deck out your classroom with free GoNoodle decorations. Yay!

StoryMaker with 1st Grade @ Wilson

First Graders at Wilson School just wrapped up a unit study on Fairy Tales. The students are now working on creating their own Fairy Tales using My StoryMaker.  My StoryMaker was created by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and named one of the Best Websites for Teaching and Learning by the American Association of School Librarians.



Tony Vincent’s Learning in Hand – Blog

One of my favorite blogs to read is Tony Vincent’s Learning in Hand.    Learning in Hand is a resource for educational technology.  From netbooks and web applications to iPods, iPads, and podcasting, Tony has put together practical information for educators.  Follow him on twitter too!

Read Tony’s post about building positive behavior using ClassDojo