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End the Year With Technology {Engaging Tech Activities}

What do you plan for your students with only a few weeks left in the year? You want to keep your students engaged in school but, it's obvious that they're ready for summer. To ensure your students continue learning until the last day of school, you can end the year with technology by using these engaging tech activities.

Kids are outside using technology with the words "End the Year with Engaging Tech Activities"

Using Digital Breakouts to Teach Required Skills

I first came across using Digital Breakouts at the Texas Computer Education Association conference. I love the idea of a game format, solving puzzles, a little competition, and applying high-interest activities to learning important skills. I highly recommend Using Digital Breakouts to Teach Required Skills. Shhhh...Don't tell your students they're actually learning content while playing this action-packed digital scavenger hunt game.

5 Ideas for Digital Book Reviews

I've joined friends from the Reading Crew to share our ideas and resources to help your students BLOOM in reading. Be sure to enter our raffle and visit each blog for FREE resources. We have $625 in prizes! 

When you assign book reviews to your students, would you like alternatives for home projects or written reviews? I have 5 Ideas for Digital Book Reviews that may help you next time you assign book reports to your students. At the bottom of the post, you can download your FREE templates.

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Technology Tips in Using "Flippity" Google Add-On™

I'm celebrating Digital Learning Day on February 22nd, with some of my favorite techie teacher friends. We have some technology tips, tricks, and content to improve student outcomes. I have some Tips in Using "Flippity" Google Add-On for integrating technology in the classroom.

students sitting with text "Celebrate Digital Learning"
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