I have taken on a new adventure in my life! I’m new to the world of blogging, so here goes my first post! I want to share ideas on how to use meaningful technology in the classroom. This year our school district is implementing full online reading and math programs/curriculum to be used with fidelity through out the district! I personally love to use technology in my classroom. I use it in meaningful ways, where my students are actually engaged, learning, and not just playing games on the computers, iPads, iPods, or tablets. I selectively choose online activities and apps, that will ensure their learning and not just keep them busy. Technology use is one of my strengths in the classroom. To most teachers being crafty and creative comes natural, but for me, I have to ponder, think, look, and get inspiration from sites like Pinterest! But not for technology use; with technology I can create lessons on the smart board as fast as crafty teachers can come up with crafty ideas or activities. I can reboot an iPad or computer or tablet faster than finding those hot glue sticks & turning on a hot glue gun–reason number #1 why I follow all those crafty teachers on Facebook, Pinterest, and now blogs! My intentions with this blog are to share with teachers and parents how to implement meaningful technology for the classroom and home schooler. Hope you join in and follow me to learn a couple of iPad tricks to keep kids on the apps you want them to use.
The ultimate goal of bilingual education is fluency and literacy in both languages through a variety of strategies such as translanguaging and recasting. -“The Benefits of Bilingual Education | BVIS HCMC”. www.nordangliaeducation.com. One of my students making connections between both languages while waiting to go home after school. 🤍She colored coded the letters based on the language. Blue for English & Red for Spanish.———#duallanguageteacher#bilingual#bilingualeducation #maestrasdeinstagram... See MoreSee Less
Timeline photosHelp students build word and world knowledge and improve their comprehension of complex texts with new lessons for Grades 6–8 that put vocabulary in the context of reading. Learn more: bit.ly/3IKfSDE #iReady ... See MoreSee Less