Month: January 2015

Students were able to take a picture and upload their research without losing any of it.

January 28, 2015

Digital Fluency in the Classroom

I hear the term digital fluency tossed around in education technology on a regular basis. Many people think it means kids know a lot of different programs on the computer. As I watched my students work today I was reminded about how it is much more than just knowing how different programs work. When a […]

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3D Printed Socket Wrench

January 10, 2015

3D Printing In Space and In the Classroom

This has been a really fun week with regard to education technology in my classroom. It was just one of those weeks where things have fallen together. It started with Wednesday’s writing prompt in which I asked the students which tools they would bring with them if they were going to be spending time on a space station. They […]

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Invention Journal

January 1, 2015

Future Engineers

HOW DID I MISS THIS!? I’ve mentioned before how I am excited to download and print the files that have been printed on the International Space Station. I was looking for the site where the files will eventually be available again when I came across Future Engineers. The website introduces a contest for students in K-12 […]

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