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Meet Colby, the Code & Go Mouse. Colby is adorable and chatty and, not particularly surprisingly, quite fond of cheese. Strangely, however, his favorite cheese appears to be Swiss – go figure! Colby is spending some time in Mrs. Hoyt’s … Continue reading
Did you know that every BPS teacher has access to Discovery Education? And Discovery Education is more than just video clips. Check out this virtual field trip to the NBA where students can learn about the math involved in basketball. … Continue reading
Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to attend Apple Education’s “Everyone Can Code” event, highlighting Apple’s Swift Playgrounds. Swift is the coding language used to create iOS apps for iPhones and iPads. What was most surprising, given … Continue reading
Finally, Evernote and Google Drive are working together. Often, users find themselves torn between using Google Apps for everything in order to have all their files in one place and easily shared with co-workers or Evernote with its host of features … Continue reading
Finding multimedia to use in your teaching without copyright infringement concerns can be a challenge. One source to check out for Social Studies/History, is the National Park Service media collection. With over 26,000 photos, 2,100 videos, and 600 audio files … Continue reading