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Heidi Neltner
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I'm a teacher librarian, kayaker, runner ( ok I really walk a lot), home cook, and tech nerd. Find me on Twitter @heidinelt
I'm a teacher librarian, kayaker, runner ( ok I really walk a lot), home cook, and tech nerd. Find me on Twitter @heidinelt

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Reading Strategies for a Digital Age
Post was also shared on FTEdTech Some time last Spring, I heard the podcast "Digital Readers Read in an F-Pattern" by Teach Thought. This episode, hosted by Ryan Schaaf, marked the beginning of my newest journey to understand how our students are processing...
Reading Strategies for a Digital Age
Reading Strategies for a Digital Age
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Beyond the Video Project
Post was also published on FTIS EdTech Chances are if you asked your students how they learned how to do something outside of school, they would reply, "I just YouTube-d it". We live in a highly visual and media rich world, and our digital natives are certa...
Beyond the Video Project
Beyond the Video Project
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Leading from the Library with Personalized Professional Learning
In the days of deep budget slashes and little money for professional development, the school librarian is in a perfect position - as someone who has the ability to work with every student and teacher - to lead from the library and fill in what some cases is...
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Engaging Students with Digital Interactive Notebooks
Digital Interactive Notebooks are an amazing way to help engage students in the learning process while creating personalized notes with content that is meaningful to them on an individual basis. Teachers can custom create notebooks to help guide students th...
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SAMRRemix Update & Redefining the Role of the Learner.
It's been almost two years since I've updated my resources for SAMR and Bloom's Taxonomy .  As I was considering the newest tools out for students to use, it became really clear that as time has gone by my own view of what is "Redefinition" has shifted. Thi...
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Ozobots: Your Next Center Addition
I originally published this post on FTEdTech If you haven't tried out the ozobots yet with your class, then now is the time! Ozobots are tiny little robots that work with markers.  Students draw thick lines on paper with black, red, green or blue markers.  ...
Ozobots: Your Next Center Addition
Ozobots: Your Next Center Addition
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Spring Magnetic Poetry
I originally published this on FTEdTech  April is National Poetry Month , and a perfect time to inspire students to create their own poems about Spring. Inspired by Eric Curts' "Springtime Magnetic Poetry with Google Drawings" I created a template that we c...
Spring Magnetic Poetry
Spring Magnetic Poetry
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Curating and Collaborating with Google's Jamboard App
Post originally published under FTEdTech I am always on the look out for strategies and applications that allow our elementary students to collaborate. When you can add in tools that will let them sketchnote, curate resources from multiple sources, includin...
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Teachers in Training - Tech to Get you Started
In the vast world of EdTech it's easy to get super overwhelmed and super lost.  If you find one tool or idea here to dig deep into, you'll be off to a good start. There are many different thoughts in terms of tech integration.  From SAMR to TECH to the Tech...
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