An iPad learning menu

Welcome to February! We have a new month and new theme. I will be focusing on the process or the “how” of differentiation for the next four weeks so expect to see posts on a wide range of topics including use of multi-media, classroom games, modeling and more.

This week, I am going to feature several different type of classroom menus. Menus not only allow choice in the classroom, but allow teachers to offer a range of learning experiences to their diverse learners. The first choice menu I am featuring this month is from a blog I have not [read more…]

TODD’S TECH TUESDAY: Projects on the iPad

Project-based instruction is an ideal tool for differentiating in the K-12 classroom. Students can choose their own topics; they can practice communication, research, and literacy skills; and they can work independently or with partners. To learn more, read this piece over at Learning in Hand (great tech blog) about students who used iPads in a […]

TODD’S TECH TUESDAY: iPads everywhere

We are featuring a new site today called In the Not So Distant Future. There are many thoughtful posts to be found here and the site is frequently updated. In today’s post, we learn about some of the ways teachers are using iPads in a pilot project. Our favorite idea is the paperless assignments- this […]