~Looks similar~Bulletin Board.... I would add student writing on an index card with perhaps why they chose that cover to make it more student centered. Love the idea. *
The Teacher with a Ponytail: Library Bulletin Board!
Mrs. Gebauer's Smartboard Resources
Class List for meet the teacher night. Similar to Wordle, only with more options.
Mrs. Teachnology: Tagxedo! You're It!
Numbering the iPads - such a simple, genius idea! What about using the iPads for reading Readers Theater scripts and sending the printed copies home for practice? If students forget the printed copies you may have extras, but you'll never run short on your iPads. For trustworthy Readers Theater scripts see www.ReadersTheaterAllYear.com
Numbering the iPads - such a simple, genius idea! We could do student photos to quickly tell who they belong to.
WONDER OF THE DAY: Wonderopolis uploads a new informational piece and video each day. It's a Digital Online Wonder Book! What a find!!!
How to easily use green screen technology in your class.... FOR FREE (just need green butcher paper and iMovie) This is a great tutorial!!!
"If music be the food of love play on!" Shakespeare.
Voki Talking Avatar! Create your free talking avatar to make fun announcements, assign homework, or engage students in interactive lessons. Check out my Voki!
50 Of The Best Resources For iPads In Education
For the Love of Technology Lesson These videos are suitable for most grade levels and are designed to spark curiosity and discussion. One thing I have found in my ten years of teaching is that kids love seeing videos about new gadgets and technology related stuff. * Show one of these dynamic videos at the beginning of class to grab student attention and promote discussion.
What your Students Need to Know about Online Privacy . . . many of my students need this info!
Comfortably 2.0: The Digital Citizenship Survival Kit
Google Tips for Busy Teachers
15 Apps for the One iPad Classroom
Top 8 Ed Tech Boards to Follow on Pinterest
customizable powerpoint game templates to review before tests! It's also a great activity to do during the last week of school...keeps kids engaged while still learning!!