Kahoot is a great tool for reviewing and introducing content in your classes. Many students may already be familiar with it and excited about it! Getting Started with Kahoot Go to getkahoot.com to sign in and create your own Kahoots. You can start your own with the New K! button, or you can search for… Read More Kahoot: Online Review Game for the Classroom
Students complete an interpretive reading activity about directions in a city with integrated technology aspect via Google Maps and QR Codes.… Read More QR Code Interpretive Reading Activity
Giving and understanding directions and prepositions in Spanish is one of the universal units. Everyone covers city vocabulary and maps at some point in time! It’s a fun unit, and it’s easy to connect it to the students’ lives. There are tons of activities out there to practice and it’s nice to add a new… Read More Prepositions in Spanish and Google Maps
I love technology in my classroom. In my first few years as a teacher, I was lucky to work in a school that was 1:1, wasn’t in the crazy roll-out stage, and had an instructional technology coordinator who quickly became one of my favorite co-workers. It wasn’t uncommon for her to come to me with,… Read More Technology & Acquisition – Friends or Foes?