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Here is an example of how I used an iPad to informally assess a student’s comprehension of a reading passage. The best part is that it can be emailed to the parents!
I have a special treat for you today–a bit of history, compliments of a dear efriend, Janet Abercrombie of Expat Educator. Janet teaches math, but in a refreshingly nontraditional manner. She has given me countless ideas for integrating tech into math (or ‘maths’ as they say outside the US).
She just finished up a teaching gig in Hong Kong and is moving to Australia. Through her, I gain insight into the worldwide educational world, something I could never do on my own. But Janet shares her experiences with everyone who visits her blog, including the differences in spelling around the planet, which I’ve left unchanged.
Today, it’s the history of tech. Most of you are too young to have used this equipment, but I can verify: It’s all true:
I recently worked in a school with a Tech Museum. Recognise any of the items in the pictures below?
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Once a year, we update the massive list of great kid’s websites we keep on Ask a Tech Teacher. We collect all of the new websites used by our association of teachers, place them in their proper grade and category, and then share them with Ask a Tech Teacher readers and those who use the K-6 technology curriculum (soon-to-be K-8).
Please check out the changes, updates, and the more than 2000 websites on this growing list. Go to this link, find your grade, and see what’s there for you.
- Kindergarten: 154 websites
- 1st Grade: 159 websites
- 2nd Grade: 428 websites
- 3rd Grade: 461 websites
- 4th Grade: 504 websites
- 5th Grade: 462 websites
- 6th Grade: 285 websites
We added many new subcategories. These list all websites across grade. You decide which works for which age group:
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