Challenges

My Opportunity as a Webinar Panelist

On June 2nd, I had the chance to present during a webinar hosted by Susan Oxnevad. I was part of an Edu-awesome group including, Kathy Schrock, Jodie Johnston, Laura Moore, and Christi Collins. Each of us presented a 360°/VR ThingLink…

You Need a Challenge Every Now & Then

The other day I received just that, a challenge. Basically, our Kindergarten program is half-day; the teachers have an AM & PM class. They wanted a Form to collect information but depending on a selected answer, they wanted the information…

Experience Reality by Virtual Means

Sometimes our students cannot travel or experience different places, that’s where teachers need to try and offer ways of sharing those locations with them. Enter ThingLink 360°/VR Images and videos which enable an immersive experience are just starting to take…

Certified BrainPOP Educator

I’m proud to announce I have successfully completed the requirements to become a Certified BrainPOP Educator. When I say proud, I mean PROUD! It was an intense 4-week program. I found out through Twitter that BrainPOP was accepting applications for…

A Proposed Challenge for Pley

Pley is a company I heard about through Twitter, last year. They were new and were generating attention by giving educators a free year’s membership. According to their site & blog… “Pley is the leading toy rental company, helping smart…

#RaesBlogChallenge — Memes

I was going through my ‘Saved for Later’ on Feedly when I came across Rae Fearing‘s recent blog post about Creating Science Memes… I would recommend checking it out, then do like I did and accept the challenge. I thought for…

Get Ready for Some More Hands-on PD

That’s right folks, with summer comes the opportunity for hands-on learning that is fun and self-paced. The 2015 ThingLink Summer Teacher Challenge starts shortly (week of June 28th). This 5-week challenge introduces you to a must use resource through weekly…

The Power of the PLN

I believe I was in a Twitter chat a couple of months ago where we discussed the use of iPads and apps in education.  Of course the conversation headed towards app smashing; the workflow of merging different apps to use…