Elementary Technology Newsletter

March 2014

I have greatly enjoyed walking around and seeing all of the technology that is in use in our schools. Technology can be a great tool to use in teaching and it is ever changing. If you would like help with anything, please do not hesitate to let me know.

I would like thank all of you who completed the survey I sent out about technology staff development. If you still need to take the survey, click HERE. I am reviewing the requests and will let you know when I am able to set up a training. If you would like to schedule a time to meet with me on your conference, just let me know.


Access your bookmarks anywhere with Symbaloo, a free social service now available in the US.

Twitter can be a very powerful resource for teachers, as much so as Pintrest. If you are interested in learning more, just let me know.
Google Drive/Docs allows you to work on documents anywhere you have an internet connection. It also allows you to easily collaborate with others. Want to know more? Just ask!

Lino - an online sticky note

lino - Sticky and Photo Sharing for you
Lino is one of my favorite new sites! I have many great ideas on how to use this in the classroom - just ask! It is also great to keep up with ideas and to even collaborate with others.

The Symbaloo will be updated and changed as new sites are found or suggested. If you have a site you would like added, send me an email.

As of right now, there are 3 different Symbaloos. 1 is dedicated to Science/Math and 2 are all educators. In the future there will be Language, Social Studies and Electives.

Much thanks to Alicia Jordal (Instructional Tech for DIS and CMS) for getting this put together.

Contact Info

Monday/Wednesday: CKC and CES

Tuesday/Thursday: BPS ext. 1425

Friday: Office Day/Meetings