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What's so great about Chrome?

Parent Technology Academy • Google Guru Workshop #2 During this session, we discussed the benefits of using the Chrome browser, including signing in to access your bookmarks, apps, and extensions from any computer, anywhere! Definitions Apps – They’re…
Parent Technology Academy • Google Guru Workshop #2 During this session, we discussed the benefits of using the Chrome browser, including signing in to access your bookmarks, apps, and extensions f...
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Tech Tip of the Week: YouTube Kids

The new You Tube Kids app was announced this week providing a curated library of family-friendly videos and channels from well known brands as well as lesser known YouTubers (from Dreamworks, Henson, Reading Rainbow, and NatGeo Kids, to Vlogbrothers and…
The new You Tube Kids app was announced this week providing a curated library of family-friendly videos and channels from well known brands as well as lesser known YouTubers (from Dreamworks, Henso...
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If you have ever found my Daring Librarian blog helpful, amusing, or colorful - I'd appreciate if you took the 10 seconds and one click to vote for it! :-) 
Always a bridesmaid! LOL Thank you!

A special thanks to all who already voted for The Daring Librarian blog, a finalist in the  Edublog Awards! 
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~Gwyneth 
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Photo by Marumari used under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 license. Sometimes my inbox distracts me, leading me off onto exploratory tangents that are informative but often off-task....
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Last week, I attended the Safe, Smart, Social Summit that focused on safe social media use for teens and tweens. The first panel – comprised of IT experts from Symantec, Sony, DirectTV, and Sprint ...
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We all use Google search to find answers to our questions, but there are lots of things that Google Search can do to help save you time! For the Parent Technology Academy that I present at my school, January kicked off our Google Guru series, focusing…
We all use Google search to find answers to our questions, but there are lots of things that Google Search can do to help save you time! For the Parent Technology Academy that I present at my schoo...
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The 4 stages of teacher confidence in the use of technology by +ICTEvangelist 
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public domain photo courtesy of Dick Rowan, US National Archives As rapidly as technology changes, I often feel like teaching (with) technology is an eternal game of catch up. A constant quest to f...
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Have you ever wondered,"How do I add text over an image in Google Docs?" Here's the solution.
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I am the type of person that thinks they can do it all. Juggling multiple roles is a self-perceived strength. This month, though, I have discovered my limits. The proverbial straw that broke the ca...
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Director of Academic Technology
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  • Village School
    Director of Academic Technology, 2003 - present
  • Burbank Unified School District - Joaquin Miller Elementary
    Teacher, grade 2, 1997 - 2003
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JaymeJ, Jayme Housh
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Jayme is passionate about learning and thinks all good ideas are meant to be shared. GCT, ISTE SIGETC leadership team member.
Introduction

Jayme Johnson decided she wanted to be a “computer teacher” at the ripe old age of 8.  After teaching in a second grade classroom for many years, she now holds her “dream job” as the Director of Academic Technology at an independent school in Southern California. In this position, she teaches technology to students pre-k through sixth grade, assists teachers with integrating technology into their existing curriculum, and develops and leads technology related staff development. Over the course of her career, some of the hats she has worn include ISTE SIGETC and SIGTC leadership team member, substitute teacher, English Language Development instructor, classroom teacher at a Title I school, math enrichment teacher, children’s theater director, and most importantly, mom to two fantastic children.

Jayme completed her undergraduate education and earned her teaching credential at California Lutheran University. She was a member Pepperdine University’s OMAET Cadre 4, where she earned her masters degree in Educational Technology. Jayme is currently a doctoral student studying K-12 Leadership.

Jayme has presented at a number of regional and international conferences including CUE, Fall CUE, ISTE, edcampOC, edcampLA, and CAIS.  She is also Google Apps Certified and is a Google Certified Teacher (GTAWA11).

Education
  • California Lutheran University
    EdD K-12 Leadership, present
  • California Lutheran University
    BA Liberal Arts, emphasis in English, 1996
  • Pepperdine University
    MA Educational Technology, 2002
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Steve Hargadon: Big Event Announcements: Learning About Learning, Reinve...
www.stevehargadon.com

Hang on to your hat--a flurry of event announcements: two big events coming up within just a few weeks that are going to be TERRIFIC; really

We Just Got iPads, Now What?
learninprogress.blogspot.com

Links are in blue Some of the teachers in my building just received iPads to share with their classes. They had the option to attend an iPad

Moving at the Speed of Creativity | Elementary STEM Idea Sharing (May 2013)
www.speedofcreativity.org

Here are some of the notes I took from the STEM curriculum and activities Felicia and Stephanie have done / are doing at the University of T