An ed playground-what a fun way to show off the latest and greatest in ed tech. Highlander’s playground consisted of about five different stations each featuring an edtech project, software package, or app. I’ll give a short overview of each product-what struck me about it and applications it could have. Green Screen with Do Ink … Read moreEd Underground Playground
Many teachers of ELLs are frustrated by CASAS and GED testing, but not because of student’s English proficiency. Both tests are increasingly going to be online only-often an issue with older students and also younger students only familiar with mobile devices. How to assess students’ level of technology proficiency is new to many teachers, and … Read moreIC3
As part of their Introduction to Business class, our group visited Betaspring, Providence’s business accelerator.
Here’s an example of an easy and useful little ‘tech’ project that anyone can pull off-using Google Maps to orient new students to their campus. For new students at Roosevelt International Academy, it may take awhile to find all that the East Side has to offer. So here’s my map below, along with an interactive … Read moreMap: Food & Entertainment near RIA
For that one day a year everyone gets to feel special, I chose to check out a brewery in Pawtucket with friends for a local beer sampling tour. Fool Proof brewery makes about five varieties-my favorite was the La Ferme Urbaine.
Two ILSR students in my advanced class gave speeches today at annual dinner to over 300 people. They prepared for weeks for this event—they were lucky enough to have their message heard by the governor, heads of various labor unions, as well as all their ILSR classmates and teachers. Below are the two Sunday classes combined. Always … Read moreAnnual ILSR dinner