Classrooms of the Future

Singapore's 21st-Century Teaching Strategies (Education Everywhere Series)

My Imagination: What Do I See?

Using Technology to Foster My Ideas

Skype to bring in outside experts, Voice Thread to keep discussions going once students go home, ThingLink for collaborative projects, Infographics to synthesize what they have learned, iPad apps for learning multiplication facts or reading interactive books, Wordles to expand their vocabulary, Twitter during a history lesson to tweet like the historic figure each student represents, Google Earth to see the physical geography of the region across the world, SmartBoard for ways to get students moving, blogging to keep students and families connected and always involved in their students work.

Project Based Learning

Using Agriculture to Spur Achievement: The Walton 21st Century Rural Life Center