Here are 6 tips for using the full capabilities of OneNote to assess student learning quickly, efficiently and effectively.
School's back! I'm working with Year 4s and 5s again this year, as well as a leadership role in ICT and Digital Tech. The Year 5s have been my learners for 1-2 years already, and the Year 4s are familiar
We have a mix of several ongoing projects/ extended learning activities in our Village as well as shorter term activities. We also, like any class, have learners who finish the shorter activities quickly.
From little things, big things grow! How I ended up on this list. So honoured!
When I first came across the idea of Mystery Skype, I thought it would be a fun experience. I didn't truly appreciate what a fantastic learning experience it would be too! We did our first two
OneNote has transformed the way in which I operate my classroom, but tables have transformed the way in which I use OneNote. Below are my top reasons why you should incorporate more tables into your OneNotes.
History is one of my favourite subjects - it always has been ever since a high school teacher made trenches out of tables in class and pretended to machine gun us with his metre ruler to demonstrate
This week, we took our 4/5 Village to the Warriparinga Wetlands for a Living Kaurna tour and workshop. Here's the website info Living Kaurna Cultural Centre. For those of you not local to the Adelaide
There are many things that I can do well, and a few that I even excel at. But, art isn't one of them. I enjoy art. I like looking at art in galleries, and I even have a few pieces that we've bought over
Recently, I was lucky enough to borrow a 3D printer from Catholic Education SA for a few weeks, and explore the big, wide world of 3D design and printing. I used the Tinkercad free online website - https://www.tinkercad.com/