Monday, December 17, 2018

Tis' the Season of Sharing Goodness With FREEBIE

Each year, I've made a pledge to donate all proceeds from a special project based learning unit in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. Plan a Community for the Homeless is a project based learning unit based on the development of Community First Village here in Austin, Texas. 

Til the Season of Sharing Goodness
Thursday, December 6, 2018

Seasonal Digital Graphic Organizers for Reading

For a festive way for your students to do their reading assignments, try using Seasonal Digital Graphic Organizers. With digital graphic organizers, your students don't have to worry about paper and pencil and they can save their work in one location. They can easily be used on all devices.

I've teamed up with my friends from The Reading Crew to share some of our favorite winter resources. You can win up to $325 in Gift Cards by visiting each one of our posts. We all have FREEBIES for each of you to go along with the blog post. To win a gift card, just enter the raffle at the end of the post.

Sunday, December 2, 2018

Win VR Headsets for Your Classroom

Has your school or district adopted Virtual Reality technology? Would you like to be the first teacher at your school to have a set of VR headsets for your classroom? You can set the stage for innovative learning with your students. With Virtual Reality, students are able to put themselves in real world situations, 3-D environments, or explore places they may never have an opportunity to visit. I've joined a group of ed tech educators who want to spread holiday joy by giving a set of 5 VR Headsets. You can be the lucky winner!

Title Image: 5 VR Headsets for the Classroom Giveaway

What Can You Do With VR Headsets?

1. Take Virtual Field trips 

Students can visit museums, different countries, historic places, or underwater adventures. Teachers can coordinate units with virtual field trips. Begin your adventure with DiscoveryVR.

2. Interact With Simulations

Students can play interactive learning games, perform science experiments, and interact with other students

3. Creative Applications

Students can be involved in coding, STEM, and more. With websites and apps, students have the ability to be creative. Click HERE to see an example of TiltBrush.

4. Individualize Learning Experiences

Using VR can help students who learn differently from others.

Just click on the image below to enter the Giveaway.

VR Headsets for the classroom Giveaway

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Preparing for Digital Escape Rooms with a FREEBIE

When implementing Digital Escape Rooms in your classroom, I want you and your students to have a good working knowledge of the activities. When all of you feel comfortable in how Digital Escape Rooms work, you can count on a positive outcome. In this post, I'm going to give you helpful hints in Preparing for Digital Escape Rooms.

kids working at computer with words "Digital Escape Rooms: Preparing Students and Teachers"
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