May 11, 2017 Congratulations to our new 1:1 Device Grant recipients! These teachers will be recieving a 1:1 cart of either iPads or Chromebooks. Meghan Anselm Monique Austin Jenni Baldin Ashley Barham Ashley Borders Abby Bretz Kristi Brown Amber Chasco Brain Craner Megan Dill-Prusak Deb Eaton Kathy Flannigan Cindy George LaTausha Hayes Sabrina Jackson Tina Jannazzo Jordan Joost Ryan Jugan Angela Kaitschuk Brenna Love Bill Miller... READ MORE
Apr 30, 2017 This article explains how See Saw and Google Drive can be used together. See Saw + Google Drive = Awesome Possibilities
Mar 16, 2017 This free Chrome App lets you display a countdown timer and noise meter via the projector. This could be a useful tool to use during student collaboration. How to Use Zero Noise Meter
Mar 16, 2017 Looking for a way to gid rid of the related videos and comments on YouTube? Try on of these ideas. 5 Ways to Show YouTube Videos Without Related Content
Mar 16, 2017 Check out this article describing a free digital tool that can be used to publish various forms of writing. Toontastic 3D - Create 3D Cartoon Videos on iOS, Chrome, and Android
Dec 14, 2016 The Hour of Code in Springfield District #186 is being recognized by News Channel 20. Check out this clip, Springfield Students Join Global Hour of Code Movement. The Hour of Code website is open all year. Engage your students in an Hour of Code, you will not be disappointed.
Dec 5, 2016 As the 2016 Hour of Code is officially underway, we wanted to share with you a guide to 24 Hour of Code Resources. There, you will find resources to learn about the Hour of Code, how to implement the Hour of Code, and maintain the learning and exploring well beyond the end of the week. Roll up your sleeves, give it a try, and have some fun with a different way of thinking.
Dec 1, 2016 We are excited to offer Hour of Code badges for classrooms and schools. These badges can be posted on your website for the purpose of displaying your achievement. We have multiple badges to hand out depending on how many lines of code are written. If your class writes less than 300 lines of code, you can request a Participant badge. If your class writes 300 or more lines of code, you can request a badge based on the number of lines your class has written. READ MORE
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