Memoli Hall is a landmark that is enthusiastically presented by former sixth grade students. It is used for a variety of purposes. Tune in and find out how!
The tour continues with a look at the many activities available at Longden School for everyone, but especially our upper grade students.
Students continue the tour using an engaging conversational style to introduce the intricacies of the computer lab and library.
The tour continues with an insightful look into the first and second grades at Longden School. Join us as students unveil what teachers have to say about their grade levels.
The Sound Seeing Tour of Longden continues with this week's focus on the kindergarten classes and the Lit Lab. Sixth grade students created this project. They wrote script and took photographs of the campus. Next week we will focus on another section of Longden School.
Former Sixth Grade students continue with their project: the Sound Seeing Tour of Longden School. This group focuses on the spacious and open school grounds. Next week, I will feature another section of the Sound Seeing Tour.
A sixth grade student project is featured in this episode of the Accidental Technologist. Over the next several weeks, you will see and hear about the different parts of Longden School. This week we will start with the school office.
Welcome to the second official episode of The Accidental Technologist, Adventures in EdTech. I continue with a summary of my CUE experience with Bernie Dodge. We will explore the world of blogs and podcasting in our Emerging Technologies segment. Following is an interview with a teacher who uses email and message boards in the classroom with Gaggle.net We again showcase student opinions on technology and two more teacher interviews. Lasly, we will delve into Thinking Maps. I will focus on the Bubble Map. It looks simple at first glance, but there are a few tricks to this map used for describing things.
The Maps Alive Podcast is now evolving into The Accidental Technologist, Adventures in EdTech. I will still have great examples of Thinking Maps and Write from the Beginning, but I want to expand the Podcast to include Technology in Education. In this show, I will be talking about CUE and attending Bernie Dodge's presentation on Web 2.0. Be sure to look for the interview with students about using technology in their classroom. This podcast will also focus on Flow Maps and Multi-Flow Maps. Cause and effect has never been easier to teach. In addition, we have amazing examples of teachers using Write from the Beginning.