We have all either heard it, said it or thought it before. Why don’t students read their emails? Why do they text message instead of just talking to each other? Why is everything changing so fast? In the last two decades, there has been tremendous change in the way we communicate. Of course, for our […]
Daily Archives: Monday, November 14, 2016
Special thanks to Elizabeth Faulcon for sharing her strategy for using Google Expeditions and Virtual Reality to enhance learning in her classroom.
Ok, so we have all been there. You are trying to share the perfect Youtube or Vimeo video in class but instead you end up waiting for advertising or, worse yet, you embarrassingly notice that there is inappropriate marketing in the right side of the screen. Why? Can’t someone just make a tool to make our lives easier […]
Special thanks to Amanda Kern for taking the time to talk with the Circles team and share her Switcheroo strategy for getting her students to adapt to change.
Special thanks to Rhonda Atkinson for taking the time to chat with the Circles team about some of her favorite Brick & Mortar strategies for the classroom. In the video below, she discusses how she uses a simple deck of cards as non-digital classroom clickers. She also shares one of her favorite bricks, the Fake […]
Last Friday I had the opportunity to share our latest innovative tech tool with some colleagues from the Tampa Area. Special thanks to Tony Erban, Chair of Education at the University of Tampa, and Silvina Iglesias a Spanish teacher at Robinson High School in Hillsborough County, for dropping by, brainstorming, and trying out some new ways to use […]