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Jennifer Leban
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Intro to Coding Using Mr Potato Head
It's always nice to hear a student say something along the lines of what I heard today: "Mrs Leban, why do we do so many fun things in your class?"  Which made me giggle and reply, "Oh I'm sorry - is that a problem? You need me to scale back?" But seriously...

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Reflections on ICE Conference 2017
I was really lucky this year to attend the ICE (Illinois Computing Educators) Conference not one, but TWO days this year. Special thanks to the folks at WeVideo , who sent me in exchange for doing a presentation at ICE all about WeVideo , which is seriously...

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Ready Player One: Technology + Literacy
It started off innocently enough. It was the morning of February 16th; I was catching up on my tweets, and discovered that it was World Read Aloud Day . I couldn't think of a fun book involving tech to use as a way to participate (yes, I know it didn't "hav...

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Tech Age Parenting Q & A
Photo by Seth Schweit Tech Age Kids is a blog dedicated to helping parents prepare their kids for a positive future with technology. They're currently running a Q&A feature on their blog where they are asking other bloggers and content creators to join in a...

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Hosting a Cardboard Challenge at Your School
I remember watching Caine's Arcade years ago when I was still teaching art, and immediately becoming inspired and wanting to do something like that with my students, but it never quite came to fruition... Then, just this fall, I was listening to the TechEdu...

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Easy Tech DIY: VR Classroom Tour!
One of my 7th grade students showed me how to create a photo sphere of a location using my phone's camera and the Google Street View app (it's available FREE for both  iOS AND Android devices). It makes a 360 degree "street view" image, like in Google Maps....
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