Tools from today’s faculty meeting

Here are links to the tools mentioned in today’s faculty meeting.

Poll Everywhere

Lacye used Poll Everywhere to create the polls answered with texts.  You can also choose to allow responses via web browser and Twitter.


When students log in to the teacher’s presentation, the teacher controls their progress.  Students follow along and can respond to questions embedded in the presentation.

Kahoot! is a game-based classroom learning response system.

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Posted by on February 19, 2015 in Uncategorized


Engaging Web 2.0 tools from this week’s PD

Here is the link to Jamie’s Lesson Path: Engaging Web 2.0 Tools for HS

lesson path


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Posted by on August 23, 2014 in Uncategorized


Tools from Today’s Faculty Meeting

Today we saw several really great tools shared at our faculty meeting. I have listed them below in case you forgot!  These tools and more are also listed under the Tech Tools tab in the toolbar at the top of the page.

Wendy Saenz

Kahoot! – interactive quizzes

  • Teachers go to to sign up for an account and create quizzes.
  • Students go to and enter the Game Pin given by the teacher.


Aurasma – augmented reality app

Add auras to trigger images. These auras are activated when users with the Aurasma app hover over your trigger images.


Lisa Bounds

Class Dojo – class management website and app

Prezi Overview: Sharing Class Dojo With Educators

Teacher resources – handouts, posters, presentations, and more

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Posted by on April 17, 2014 in Uncategorized


New from Remind101

Remind101 is a great tool you can use to send reminders to parents and students.  You can send them from your computer or phone in real time or schedule them for later.  Now, you can include an attachment with your reminder!

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Posted by on April 2, 2014 in Uncategorized


NBC Learn – Science and Engineering of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games


Watch these free video clips from NBC Learn explaining the science and engineering behind many of your favorite events at the winter Olympics, including bobsledding, snowboarding, and figure skating!

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Posted by on January 23, 2014 in Uncategorized


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Edmodo has a new look!

Edmodo now has a new, cleaner look!  Click here to visit the Edmodo blog and learn more about the changes to their interface.

Some of the changes you will see are:

  • new navigation options
  • new icons along the top toolbar
  • new apps toolbar on the right
  • new bell icon for notifications
  • enhanced group pages
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Posted by on July 15, 2013 in Uncategorized


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New from PBS Learning Media

If  you don’t have an account, it’s free to sign up!  There is also a link to PBS Learning Media on the Online Resources and Teacher Links pages of Rebels Library.

Digital Resources

Springtime offers the perfect backdrop for promoting physical activity and engaging students in immersive learning experiences. Use this power-packed mix of resources from PBS LearningMedia to help your students understand the importance of movement in their daily lives.

The Truth About Exercise: What is Your NEAT?
Grades 6-13 | Video | The Human Body
This obesity expert proposes that the best way to improve health is to increase your “NEAT” level. Ask your students to investigate his theory.

Titanium Chairs & Cheetah Legs
Grades 6-12 | Video | Technology in Sport

Introduce your students to the specialized wheelchairs, prosthetics, and other high-tech “tools of the trade” that allow Paralympic athletes to compete in various high-impact sports.

Power Your Body with Exercise
Grades 5-8 | Blended Lesson | Impact of Exercise
Invite your students to examine the changes that occur in the body in response to physical activity using this new blended lesson from WGBH.

Mixie’s Boogie Buffet
Grades 1-4 | Interactive | Health

What better way to kick off a lesson on exercise than to get your students up on their feet? Use this interactive game to break the ice.

Increasing Physical Activity in Schools
Grades 13+ | Blended Lesson | Professional Development

Higher levels of physical activity support learning, on-task behavior, and the development of lifelong wellness. Learn how to increase the activity level at your school using this self-paced lesson.

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Posted by on May 14, 2013 in Uncategorized


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