Category Archives: Handhelds-tablets

How to Use A Drop Box

How much do you use your computer for? How much do we expect our future students to use a computer for? With this push toward technology soon, students will be doing everything using some type of electronic device. However, what … Continue reading

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Digital Storytelling and iPads in the Elementary Classroom

Nowadays, technology has become extremely prevalent in the classroom. It is not unusual to walk into any elementary school classroom and see computers, laptops and Smartboards being used in nearly every lesson. One of the most recent pieces of technology … Continue reading

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iPads in Elementary school?!

Kindergartners using iPads…to learn? Am I the only one that finds this idea a little crazy? After skimming the blog, iPad Adventures at Lower School I began to see the advantages of using technology in the classroom, even to help … Continue reading

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QR Codes and Art In the Classroom

For those of you who need a reminder QR stands for “quick response” and is a code that can be scanned to direct you to the website you are trying to access. To read more in depth about QR codes … Continue reading

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QR Codes in Education

Ever wonder what those funny-looking barcode type things are? Are you starting to see them around? Once you know to look for them, you start seeing them everywhere. They are QR codes – QR stands for “quick response” and you … Continue reading

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