Last week I received five Apple mini iPads to use in my classroom. My district does not provide funding to pay for apps so all apps I select are free. These are the apps that I’ve loaded so far. Merriam-Webster Dictionary – Merriam Webster is the official dictionary for my school district. My favorite part […]
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I have tried keeping book journals before to keep track of my reading. It’s never worked out. For one thing, I read several books at once. I even keep books in my car for when I’m waiting in line. For another, I read for different purposes. I read to keep up with what is in […]
Go to an event. Take photos. Find a computer with internet access to which you can upload your photos. Log onto www.flickr.com. (If you don’t already have an account, you’ll need one. The accounts are free; I’ve never received any SPAM from Flickr.) Upload your photos to Flickr. (Follow the directions on the right side […]
“Your event has been approved.” The words leapt out at me. I’d received the email approving my first official Discovery Educator Network (DEN), a photowalk at the Dallas Arboretum. Now that I’ve received approval, What do I do next? What do I do now? For some strange reason, research calms me. Rather than succumb to […]
On Wednesday, I received word that this very blog had won a DENys award. Wow! I hadn’t even known I was in the running.