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  PAML 6th grade educator and all-around good egg Joe Speers returns to the blog to with another #1minutehowto, this time on how he’s using Google Docs to reinforce the difference between formal and informal writing with his students. Joe previously showed us how his students use Corkulous to create vocab flashcards, and how he […]

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It’s PAML 6th grade educator Joe Speers, of course! And he’s here to explain how his students are using Explain Everything to share the Best Part Of My Week with their families. Joe previously showed us how his students use Corkulous to create vocab flashcards, and how he uses Google Drive to organize student work.

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Peoples Academy Middle Level (PAML) educator Joe Speers returns with an explanation of how PAML uses Google Drive on iPads to arrange and organize student folders of work. It’s a fascinating video for anyone working in or considering implementing 1:1 with iPads.  

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Our partners at Peoples Academy Middle Level are going 1:1 with iPads, and the educators have put together a Google site with helpful artifacts and information for students and parents. Last week we talked about their use of dotepub for saving webpages as iBooks. This week, another great tool they’re highlighting is Corkulous, a free […]

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    by┬áRachel Goodale (Peoples Academy Middle Level) We started out this year with a Physics Unit studying the relationships between time, distance, and speed. Students worked in partners and were given ten different speed graphs to analyze. They were also given ten different stories explaining the graphs. Students were expected to focus in on […]

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Phoebe Slater teaches 7th grade at one of our partner schools, Peoples Academy Middle Level, over on her blog, Slaterspace, she compares traditional lesson plans with those incorporating iPads: Using Skitch, students could take a picture of their work and mark up or comment on their or someone else’s writing. Using some other PDF reading […]

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