This week’s Digital Bytes includes a Google presentation about teaching photography to students, an article on the benefits of using your iPad as a document camera and an article about Reggio Inspired Mathematics.
Month: August 2015
Digital Bytes August 24, 2015
This week’s digital bytes includes articles about using safari reader view to get rid of distractions on webpages, 14 essential search tips for students when using Google and teachers sharing their thoughts on how to develop student digital portfolios.
Which tool is right for the job? Presentation edition
I often get asked which presentation software is best. Here’s the definitive answer: it depends. Of course it’s best to drive nails with a hammer, but more than once, growing up on the farm, we’d grab whatever was at hand. It turns out that a rock, a crescent wrench, and Vice-grips can all get the…
Finding your class details on CMIS
The start of the school year brings with it a new class and new lists to remember. As a teacher, all of the information you need to know about your new class is available to you if you know where to look. Simply log in to the UWCSEA website and then go to the CMIS page….
Digital Bytes: Back to School
Welcome back to school! We are kicking off our Digital Bytes with an article about Classroom Design that Promotes Student Thinking, iPad activities to get to know your students, and our in-house resources about Designing Effective Presentations.