"Tech Times" Newsletter

Volume 1, Issue 3 (June 2013)

Using "Twitter" in the Classroom

Twitter has now become one of the most visited sites in the world as well the #1 news source. Our students are already using Twitter so why not bring this trend into our classrooms? Having a classroom Twitter is very easy to intergrate and could be used to create discussions, collaboration between students, sharing classroom material, links to documents, announcements, and so much more!

Educators all over the world are starting to use Twitter to complement their classrooms

Click here to get started and create your FREE account! Contact me if you are interested in setting up an account and would like some help.
The Twitter Experiment - Twitter in the Classroom

"Web 2.0 Tool of the Month" - Penzu

Penzu is a FREE interactive website that is used for journaling or for any type of writing. It allows you to create your FREE account and start journaling as if you were writing in a paper notebook. It provides you with an unlimited amount of space and also allows you to add pictures, videos, links, etc. to it.

This is a great interactive way to get your students excited about writing and to engage them in a whole new way!

Click here to check out all that Penzu has to offer and how it has taken educators by storm!

Quick Technology Tip!!

Remind 101 is a free, safe messaging service designed for teachers to communicate with students and parents via text or email. Teachers sign up for an account, create classes or groups, gather subscribers, and start messaging.

This is all done without ever sharing their personal cell phone number, or collecting phone numbers from their students or parents!!!

Click here to visit Remind 101 and create your FREE account today!
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HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!

Contact me if you need any help, would like me to be involved in any projects/activities you have coming up, if you want assistance incorporating some of these new tools into your lessons, or if you just want to meet with me. Just let me know!