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Create Videos using Kizoa

Posted by kcaise on February 2, 2017 in apps and gaming, blogging |

Kizoa is a free web tool that you can use to create videos and slideshows. If you have a flipped learning classroom or looking for a great FREE video creation tool for students to use, Kizoa is for you! It is very easy for students to create videos using the Kizoa dashboard. The images are […]

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PBS Kids Interactive Whiteboard Game Resources

Posted by kcaise on January 31, 2017 in apps and gaming, curriculum, Digital Media |

I found out about these fantastic resources from Miguel Guhlin’s blog, Around the Corner, from PBS Kids. PBS Kids has curated a variety of interactive whiteboard games into curriculum categories. According to PBS Kids’ website, which is full of digital media resources including the interactive whiteboard games: Here is our collection of interactive whiteboard games […]

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Creating Org Charts and Diagrams

Posted by kcaise on January 30, 2017 in apps and gaming, blogging, Digital Media |

One of the lessons my online students have to complete requires the use of a diagram like an organizational (org) chart or diagram. I found several resources that the students can use to accomplish task. First is Grafio 3. It is an iOS app that is fantastic! It has a variety of tools, shapes, and […]

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Why I Won’t be at CAMT 2016

Posted by kcaise on June 28, 2016 in apps and gaming, conferences, Discovery Education Network (DEN) |

I have had to regretfully pull out of presenting at the Council for the Advancement Mathematics Teachers conference held in San Antonio, Texas this week. It does conflict with the International Society for Technology in Education but that is not why I am unable to present. In February I had a surgery and on June […]

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Facetime to Attend School

Posted by kcaise on June 15, 2015 in apps and gaming, blogging, Mobile Devices, tech integration |

Eight year old Gabriel Dispenziere is a student who interacts with his peers and teachers using a web conferencing application and mobile device. He sits at a desk in his house and participates in the activities from a distance due to an extreme food allergy he experiences. He isn’t allergic to just specific foods. He […]

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Have you heard of Classkick?

Posted by kcaise on June 8, 2015 in apps and gaming |

Classkick is an app that lets teachers see the work on assignments that students do on assignments. It has some unique features that I copied from iTunes so I wouldn’t let any out. It looks like an interesting app and lets you grade assignments paperlessly. The work is completed on the iPad and the teacher […]

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Remind Group Texting App Now Has a Chat Feature

Posted by kcaise on May 17, 2015 in apps and gaming, web tools |

When I presented on mobile devices, specifically cell phones, in the classroom, I was often asked about two group texting apps, Cel.ly and Remind. Along with a name change, Remind, formerly Remind HQ and Remind 101, now has an added feature. You can chat one on one with one of the members in the group(s) […]

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Sharks in the Classroom?

A recent trend has been hosting sessions of modified versions of the ABC TV show, “Shark Tank” in the classroom. I am a huge fan of the TV show and have written blog posts and shared in presentations about holding “Shark Tank” sessions in the classroom. I love sharing the innovative spirit and creativity utilized […]

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Crazy for Brainzy – Get a FREE Membership!

Posted by kcaise on January 3, 2015 in apps and gaming, curriculum, Digital Media |

The second set of codes are all gone. Sorry if you missed out. Remember each code is good for up to 35 students/children. I have asked for more but have been told they are out of codes. If they send more codes I will write another blog post to let everyone know including those who […]

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6 Great SAT Prep Apps

Posted by kcaise on October 22, 2014 in apps and gaming, curriculum |

Ever searched for a great SAT prep app in iTunes? There are hundreds of apps and it is extremely time-consuming to read the descriptions and decide if the app is valuable, offers tips or information that will be beneficial to the user and aid in actually preparing for the college entrance exam. What is unique […]

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