Moby Max is a wonderful online K-8 curriculum for students and teachers. Moby Max is a great way to create a blended learning classroom with a variety of tools at the a teachers disposal.
Moby Max works on iPads as well as tablets. I like Moby Max because it will assist you in teaching the core standards, motivating your students, building reading and math skills through a variety of methods. Moby Max allows you to differentiate instruction and provide personalized learning opportunities for each of your students. Moby Max is offering a free subscription to one of my readers. To enter the contest you will need to scubscribe to my calendar and leave a comment below telling me why you would like to win. The contest will end on Monday, December 15, 2014. I will email the winner of the contest and post it on this blog. Click here to visit Mobymax today!
Are you a Simple K12 member?Join me on November 11 to learn how to collaborate on Office documents online with Office 365 and One Drive. Does you school district use Lync? Connect with a group of students or teachers for anywhere, anytime learning.
Today was a wonderful day to be a part of the SCEA To Teach is to Lean Children's Foundation Fall Conference. The conference is held in Columbia, South Carolina. Teachers from around the state gather to share their best practices and expertise. I was asked to participate this year and I had a wonderful time. The title of my session was Teaching with Technology. Simple ways to succeed with Technology in the Classroom. I enjoyed the conversation with the teachers as we discussed the changes technology has brought to education. The presentation I used is below . Please click the picture to download the file.
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All students love Jeopardy. Jeopardy is a great way for all students to learn. Build student’s self-esteem and knowledge by pairing them up in small groups to compete. Create a jeopardy game on your device by visiting jeopardylabs.com. Jeopardy Labs provides teachers with an easy way to deliver jeopardy to the students. No registration or fees required
Step I. Select Start Building
Step 2. Choose a password
(I just you the easiest for me to remember)
Step 3. Enter a title and categories. (You do not have to use all 5 categories)
Step 4. Click Continue and write down or take a snapshot of this page. This gives you access to the jeopardy game to edit later.
Groups students for team play. Option: Have the groups answer as many questions as they can. You the time on your smartphone or interactive whiteboard
Have students play individually for review purposes.