What I would say …

One of the superintendents in our system asked me, and some others, for some video for a presentation he is giving to elementary teachers on how and why to think about technology in the classroom. I sort of whipped this together this weekend and if he uses it, great. If not, that’s fine, too, but it allowed me to reflect on some of the projects I have been doing with my students this year.

Peace (in reflection),

  1. Very nice presentation. I have enjoyed watching these projects evolve. I agree with you; people need to start out small and play around with the tech. It becomes a valuable tool when you can call it up whenever the need arises. Rather than teaching the technology being the center of attention, the focus is on the content being created with the tools in your toolbox.

  2. Kevin,
    I’m a literacy coach in Denver, also a kidslit blogger (www.carolwscorner.blogspot.com). I’m also the mom of two teenage boys who love doing techie stuff at home, and do none of it at school. Came to your site via Franki and Mary Lee.
    I’m fascinated by the work you are doing! Wow!!!! I wish my boys had the privilege of being in your classes! I am really looking forward to learning some new things from you! Thanks for sharing all of the great work you are doing!

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