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#CAGTI16 – Google, Here I Come!

Posted by kcaise on May 22, 2016 in blogging, tech integration |

In July 2016, I will be visiting THE Googleplex in Mountain View, California! If you live/lived in that area please let me know how hot it usually is so I know how to dress for the Google Geo Teachers Institute (GTI). I have been selected to visit Google for the two-day professional development session and […]

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Edit/Format Google Docs by Voice

Posted by kcaise on March 7, 2016 in online learning, tech integration |

A few months back, Google released a feature that allows you to edit Google docs with your voice. Now it is expanded with more editing and formatting features using your computer’s microphone and your voice. To center text, all you have to say is ‘align center’. To move the cursor to the end of a […]

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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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What I Want New Teachers to Know

Posted by kcaise on May 19, 2015 in blogging, online learning, tech integration, testing, web tools |

With the close of the school year and end of student teaching for pre-service teachers, there are several things I would like to share with those who are just starting out with a teaching job in the fall. This could be pre-service teachers who student taught in the fall or spring, returning back to the […]

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CardKiwi Online Flashcards

Posted by kcaise on November 29, 2014 in curriculum, online learning, tech integration |

Just a note: CardKiwi is now WordKiwi – a website for an app that translates words into many languages. It is no longer a flash card service.   If you haven’t used any of the online flashcard sites, I highly recommend “CardKiwi“. It is super easy to use Cardkiwi to make a flashcard set and […]

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No, it’s NOT Enough!

Posted by kcaise on October 19, 2014 in blogging, curriculum, tech integration |

Have you read a blog post or article that stated that technology will be the saving grace for solving the problems with education today? In my opinion, technology alone is not enough to make a difference. Is technology enough? No, it’s not enough. Is technology with training enough to positively impact instruction? No, it’s not […]

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8 Ways to Demonstrate Leadership Skills as a Technology Teacher Leader

Posted by kcaise on August 15, 2014 in blogging, educational technology, tech integration |

Scott McLeod is celebrating eight years of blogging at “Dangerously Irrelevant” (congrats Scott!) and has proclaimed today “Leadership Day 2014″ In honor of his eight year anniversary and Leadership Day 2014, I am sharing eight ways that ‘teacher leaders’ can demonstrate leadership skills that foster the use of technology in the classroom. Many administrators and […]

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Celebrating Earth Day?

Posted by kcaise on April 21, 2014 in Digital Media, online learning, tech integration |

Classrooms around the world will be celebrating ‘Earth Day’ in a variety of ways both online and offline. Below are some resources that are part of PBS’ line up of digital media resources from their ‘I <3 Earth from PBS LearningMedia. The I <3 Earth resources include: 1)    The Dirt on Dirt (Sid the Science […]

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Want to connect with the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Athletes?

Posted by kcaise on February 2, 2014 in blogging, global projects, tech integration |

Have you ever wanted to wish the Olympic athletes good luck or send a congratulatory message after a winning performance? McDonald’s has made this possible. You can send a Twitter message with the hashtag #CheersToSochi and all messages sent with that hashtag via Twitter or the microsite, http://cheerstosochi.com will be displayed in Olympic Village in […]

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Ways to use the Design Thinking Process to Transform Teaching and Learning Webinar

Posted by kcaise on January 22, 2014 in tech integration, webinar |

Next Thursday, January 30th, 2014, in conjunction with ‘The Learning Liaisons.com’, I will be hosting a webinar on ‘Ways to use the Design Process to Transform Thinking and Learning’ at 7pm EST/6pm CST. Please join us as we discuss what the design thinking process is and strategies for using the design process to assess systems […]

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