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10 Ways to Make SeeSaw Part of Your Daily Routine

Since transitioning from Burlington High School to Fox Hill Elementary School, I have spent the past year and a half getting acclimated to a new school culture, developing relationships with students and my new colleagues, and learning the elementary curriculum. My primary goals were to use technology to leverage student voice by developing creative, project-based learning opportunities and to make

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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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Day 1: An “A to Z” Guide of Apps & Web 2.0 Tools

So it’s 2014 and I have several resolutions. One is to start blogging more often. I read Richard Byrne’s “Making Time to Blog” post last night and thought, “it’s time.”  So, in attempt to follow-through with at least one resolution, I plan to share my successes (and challenges) in the classroom, through showcasing a list of educational technology tools “A

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BHS DECA Competes at the District Conference

The Burlington High School DECA chapter, advised by Jonathan Cue, traveled to the Holiday Inn in Boxboro and competed against 14 other Massachusetts towns in the District IV DECA Conference on Thursday, December 19th. Massachusetts DECA is comprised of 7 districts total. After placing at the district level, members are then eligible to compete at the 2014 Massachusetts State DECA Conference, which

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Highlighting my PLN

On Tuesday,  I was presented with a blogging challenge by Marialice Curran. I’m grateful to have met Marialice and excited to be collaborating with her in 2014! She is an educator who is truly dedicated to making a difference in the lives of her students. I hope the bloggers I have tagged will participate! HERE ARE THE RULES: Acknowledge the

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Friday Reflection

Yesterday, one of my students and I had the opportunity to talk with students and teachers from Hawaii, Vermont, and Sweden. We met via a Hangout On Air. There was significant feedback from the audio and it took some time for the conversation to get started. I have been reading lots of blog posts about Hangouts because I find them

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