Kahoot Gold Certified!

  I’ve loved Kahoot since the first moment I was introduced to it. I raved about it to my colleagues and held professional development sessions to share the love. I found ways to make it even more inclusive by having students create the questions for our Kahoot games. I was even more excited when Kahoot came …

Stonehill Reunion 2019 – 20 years!

This magnet arrived in the mail yesterday. How is it possible that my 20th college reunion is just around the corner already? So much has happened in the 20 years since I left that beautiful campus in Easton. It’s also made me nostalgic for 1999 . . . Y2K was a big unknown, especially for …

Ted Talk: Are athletes really getting better, faster, stronger?

Students are pros now at watching Ted Talks and modifying reflection sheets from Google Classroom using DocHub. With a half-day today, it was the perfect time to watch “Are athletes really getting faster, better, stronger?” by David Epstein. We discussed the entrepreneurial opportunities in the world of athletics – environmental considerations, training programs, gear, clothing, etc. …

Computer Science Club – next meeting 10/9

The Computer Science club had a great informational meeting on Tuesday in Mrs. Elofson’s room (174)! The first official meeting of the club will be on Tuesday, 10/9 in Mrs. Prester’s room (113). All are welcome! New ideas, upcoming events, and projects will be discussed. We’d love to have your input!

Ted Talk, DocHub, and Phishing . . . Oh my!

I introduced my students to Ted Talks today with “This is what happens when you reply to spam email” by James Veitch. It’s a great video under 10 minutes long, allows us to speak about phishing, and keeps the students entertained. It also gives me the opportunity to have my students practice using one of my favorite …

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