Are you looking for an easy to use “Jeopardy Style” quiz builder tool? Are you tired of using PowerPoint and other tools to make review quizzes? Check out FlipQuiz at www.flipquiz.me. Its an easy to use tool for creating jeopardy style quizzes to use in your classroom. Its free and simple to use. First create an
Here are a couple more nuggets gleaned from this year’s MACUL conference. Kahhoot! is an online site where you have participants answer questions with their device (pc, phone, tablet) in a game show (kind of) format.Think of student-response-system that uses the students’ devices. Participants get points based on right answers and how quick they answer.
Diving into Minecraft, specifically MinecraftEdu. Why have I NOT gotten into this yet? One goal was to try to catch up with my sons and I feel that I can just about keep up with them. This will be on my to-do list for what to being back to my school and district. Being
Welcome to the DEN STAR fold fellow Michigan educators! Khrissy Budzios, Lanette Carmack, Inga Costello, Carri Dyl, Deborah Ely, Molly Flitt, Tammy Gibson, Natalie Green, Katie Kehrl, Kelly Lathers, Nancy Lauseng, Samantha Marino, Deb Miller, Nicole Mooney, Stephanie OLaughlin, Angel Post, Mary Quatro, Kristen Rummel, Gail Schmidt, Laura Shingle, Darlene Shown, McKenzie
Welcome to Michigan’s newest STAR Discovery Educators! Debra Kolehouse Daniel Rottier
This should have been written sooner but my summer has flown by. Since I got home from DENSI on July 20, I had two additional adventures. First, I had a booth at the Maker Faire Detroit at The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan. After that I was part of a high adventure trek to the
Closing Session Well, today is the day, it is the last day of DENSI2013. It’s been a long, crazy week and I couldn’t have ever imagined how amazing and inspirational it would be. I know that I, like so many others, can’t wait to get back to my school to share with the other teachers
Today marked our last day of sessions, but it also meant that today was the unconference! There were a ton of great ideas presented and I honestly had a tough time choosing! Thankfully, we had some great note takers so that we can learn from all the sessions we weren’t able to make it to!
Keynote Day #4 of DENSI 2013 started with keynote speaker, Hall Davidson (@halldavidson). Hall spoke to us about the new 3 R’s – Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and QR Codes. Hall started by providing us with some great ideas for student made video projects, using samples from the California Student Media Festival. I think everyone
Keynote Today kicked off our first day of sessions at DENSI 2013 and I don’t think I’m the only one experiencing serious mind-mush right now! Our day started with a fantastic speaker, Richard Bryne, (@rbyrne) award-winning author of the website freetech4teachers.com. His keynote address focused on the idea of jobs and how to prepare our