Green Screening

These posts describe how to utilize green screening in the classroom

Broadcast Club

For the first time in my career, I’ve been co-facilitating a school club. Now of course this is after school, but also virtually! My school offers a Broadcast Club for fourth graders. With how the school year started, we took…

How Can We See Superman Fly?

For the third year in a row, I was invited to one of my district’s elementary schools for their annual Math/Science Day (previous posts: 2016 & 2017). My teammates also joined me and the session wouldn’t have happened without them,…

Embedding… #EdublogsClub

This post is part of the #EdublogsClub – a group of educators and educational technology enthusiasts that blog around a common theme each week. Simply write a post and share it (via social media w/ #edublogsclub or posting a link…

Halloween Hack 2016

This year’s Halloween Hack, sponsored by CMS’s PRISM Students saw many a variety of activities. They had a maze for you to guide one of their Dash Robots, you could create with candy and toothpicks, a station was setup with a…

Elementary Math & Science Day

One of the elementary (K-3) schools in my district has a Math & Science day coming up. This is a ‘community building’ day where guests are invited in to present lessons for the students showing how math and science are…

Biz World Commerical

Third graders are engaging, at the end of the school year, in an entrepreneur group project called Biz World. They form ‘companies’; select jobs like CEO or VP of Marketing; produce a product; pitch to investors; apply for loans; advertise;…

Take a Road Trip using a Green Screen

After some students completed a Social Studies unit on the Northeast Region of the United States, the classroom teacher and I wanted them to pick five locations to “visit”.  Using a few apps: Comic Life, Green Screen, LayerPic HD, and…