This week’s Digital Bytes has the following articles: 21 Ways to use photography and images in your classroom, Top 6 sites for free videos, photos, and audio, and managing your computer’s linked Google Drive folder.
In this week’s Digital Bytes, we learn why “How much screen time?” is the wrong question, how coding can help us learn how to learn, and how playing video games for 10 minutes a day can improve maths scores.
In this week’s Digital Bytes, have a look at some videos that will help inspire you and your students, explore how to use Pinterest to support curating characters in your writing and check out Buffer, a tool to add text to an image for your tweets.
Filming the X for “Don’t do this!” Our Grade 1 students were involved in a service unit recently, and one group of students decided to take action by creating a movie about how to play safely in the playground. I was invited to be a mentor to them as they went about planning, filming and…
Happy Star Wars Day! For this week’s Digital Bytes, we feature Essentials for ePortfolios, an article from Scholastic on Twitter for Teachers, and 10 Techie Things to Try for those looking for a bit of inspiration. Enjoy!