Author Archives: Jenn Scheffer

The Paperless Research Process

Yesterday, I had the pleasure to discuss how Lynnfield High School English teachers Stephanie Marcoux and Joseph Puleo are leveraging Google Apps for Education to create a paperless research process for their students in Lynnfield, Massachusetts. Our conversation was a virtual Massachusetts Google Educator Group event and we primarily discussed how GAFE tools are saving Lynnfield teachers and students massive

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Let’s Get Real: Reflections on the First National Digital Citizenship Summit

On Saturday, October 3rd I joined the country’s leading experts on K-12 digital citizenship education and presented at the first annual National Digital Citizenship Summit. Thanks to Digital Citizenship Summit founders Marialice Curran and David Polgar, I shared my experience teaching high school students how to use modern tools to create their digital identities and be competitive in our global economy.

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Leading Digital Change on October 3rd

In less than three weeks, thanks to Dr. Marialice Curran and David Ryan Polgar, I’ll be joining the country’s leading digital citizenship experts, including members of the #digcit Twitter chat moderation team, and will present at the nation’s first Digital Citizenship Summit at the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford, CT. I’m honored to have the opportunity to shape

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4 Tips for Future Ignite Speakers

I’m speaking first???!!! Are you kidding me? When I submitted my ISTE Ignite proposal, “Creating A Student Tech Team to Support Your 1:1 Environment,” I honestly didn’t think it would be accepted. ISTE receives between 600-700 Ignite talk submissions, so in my mind it was a long shot, but I figured why not give it a try? I was filled

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Back Stage At TEDX: Reflections From a First Time Organizer

The 2014-2015 school year was filled with incredible opportunities and professional learning experiences, and I’ve blogged about all of them. However, the best learning experience of the entire year, the one I’m most proud to share, took place on my home turf of Burlington; it was the epitome of youth and adults collaborating to create something real and unforgettable. I’m speaking of the first ever TEDxYouth@BHS

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Is Google Classroom Working? 8 Teachers Share Their Insight

I recently sat down with 8 of my colleagues at Burlington High School for a candid conversation about Google Classroom. I wasn’t surprised to hear that Classroom has had a significant impact on workflow and communication with students. Below is a summary of what Burlington teachers had to say: English teacher Krista Roberts has been using Classroom since September. She

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