Posted by Stacey Roshan

Getting Started w @Zaption – Some Essentials

Zaption is one of my go-to tech tool recommendations for the 2015-16 school year. This is the first year that we will have a site license at my school, which I am super excited about! I have assembled some getting started information for our teachers, which I will share below: . Introduction and Highlights: Use Zaption to … Continue reading

Getting Started w @PearDeck – Some Essentials

Pear Deck is one of my go-to tech tool recommendations for the 2015-16 school year. We have a site license at my school, so I have assembled some getting started information, which I will share below: . Introduction: Pear Deck will help engage students during lecture and presentations. Any presentation created in Google Slides becomes an … Continue reading

Neuroscience & Class Engagement: Strategies to Max Std Attention, Focus & Potential w @judywillis @learningandtheb

I had the opportunity to spend the week out at UCSB for a Learning and the Brain conference presented by Dr. Judy Willis entitled “Neuroscience and Classroom Engagement: Strategies for Maximizing Students’ Attention, Focus and Potential.” The Program Schedule Below you will find links to my full storified notes for each of the 5 (half day) … Continue reading

Human Geography Final Project Integrating @ThingLink @Weebly @Buncee to Help Students Demonstrate Learning http://wp.me/p1EGO9-mQ #edtech

I wanted to share a writeup of a final project that I had the opportunity to work with our Human Geography teachers on. Tech tools integrated into this project include ThingLink, Weebly, and Buncee. Ninth grade Human Geography students spent the last month of the school year analyzing how megacities (10+ million people) are transforming … Continue reading

Using #VideoScribe to Give Advice to the Next Generation of International Students @BullisSchool #edtech @VideoScribetv

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you know that last year, around this time, I posted about a project that I did with our English Intensive teacher. We used VideoScribe to help students showcase their public speaking and presenting skills by creating a “Top 5 Pieces of Advice” video monologue for future international students. … Continue reading