it comes to mobile learning there are loads of great sites for apps for
kids and teachers. Everything from apps organized by Revised Bloom’s
Taxonomy to apps organized by grade level and subject area. It can be daunting to sort through all those app...
"Use less text, and more images for all of your presentations. Slides are merely there to support the story you’re telling - not for you to read from." - See more at: http://blog.synergyse.com/2013/10/5-tips-for-mastering-google-slides.html#sthash.Ubvs07lL.dpuf
This book club starts Monday, Oct. 21.
I hope you'll join me!
I teach at a PreK-6th grade school, develop and facilitate our technology related professional development programs, and am our Google Apps administrator.
Looking forward to connecting with and learning from other educators using Google Apps at their schools, particularly those working with elementary age students.
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).
- California Lutheran UniversityEdD K-12 Leadership, present
- California Lutheran UniversityBA Liberal Arts, emphasis in English, 1996
- Pepperdine UniversityMA Educational Technology, 2002
- Village SchoolDirector of Academic Technology, 2003 - present
- Burbank Unified School District - Joaquin Miller ElementaryTeacher, grade 2, 1997 - 2003
Moving at the Speed of Creativity | Elementary STEM Idea Sharing (May 2013)
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