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This is a little past-due, but it’s still worth the share!   On April 11th, I had to wonderful opportunity to attend a day of the WEMTA conference in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. WEMTA is the Wisconsin Educational Media and Technology Association, and each…

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As I have mentioned, I started this blog for my Ed. Media Apps class. Throughout my blogging days, my fellow classmates have been blogging their way through the semester too. So, in this post, I will showcase the top three things I have learned from my…

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  Google Hangouts is just one of the many collaboration tools that can used to foster classroom communication. Google Hangouts allows users to chat to individuals or in groups, make phone calls, and make video calls–all for free. All one needs to do is…

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Today I’m going to tell you about Kahoot! Kahoot is a free online assessment source. You simply have to sign up to use it. Users then are able to create their own learning games in which they can add their own questions, images, and videos. Need some…

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Guess what? I get a introduce a guest blogger! What’s even more awesome is I don’t have to write this entire blog myself! My guest blogger is Wesley Wingert, who is a near and dear friend, classmate, and royal pain. He is a secondary education English…

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Yesterday +Paula Pittz, +Stephanie Walrack, +Sydney Groen, and +Megan Burbach facilitated a green screen makerspace workshop at Platteville Middle School for 15 energetic kids, ages 7-12. They did a great job!

These pre-service teachers went above and beyond the call of duty to provide a positive experience for our local middle school. Not only did they do a great job navigating the tech, they knew how to make the integration fun! #futureteachers #pioneerteachers

+Page Leahy, thank you for letting us invade your library yesterday!
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The SAMR Model (also called the Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition Model) was created by Dr. Ruben Puentedura and has changed the way technology impacts both teaching and learning. The SAMR Model is a progressive model that teachers can…

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Trying out some green screening!

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Indeed, in all of my courses I am learning new information, skills, and trends in education, but none of them are as mentally overwhelming and stimulating as learning about the integration of technology in the classroom. I am learning about this…
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