Monthly Archives: June 2016

How to Engage Student Readers – Make Memories and Magic

Ever since I can remember, I have loved to read and effortlessly created entire worlds in my head filled with characters and settings.  I was able to hook myself into reading.  I remember thinking in fifth grade, while reading My Side of the Mountain, that the life outdoors as described in the book was so enchanting […]

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Google Classroom is Worth the Switch

Google Classroom, home sweet home.  After spending a few years in a serious relationship with Blackboard, then speed dating with Edmodo and Wikispaces, I have finally met a platform that I plan to stay with long-term. Although there is still room for improvement in Classroom (could we integrate a plagiarism checker? or multiple feeds for […]

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