Registration time certainly has the potential to be a nightmare setting. From endless forms to confusing processes and requirements. In an attempt to streamline the process, I have created two unique forms to helps parents, volunteers, and staff streamline and simplify the process. Those two documents plus a few others (technology permission form, medical permission[…]
One of the most valuable tools I use in the classroom setting numerous times throughout any school day, is Google Forms and Spreadsheets. Google has done a superb job of allowing you to create a database of information without designing the spreadsheet, but rather designing a simple form to collect information. At this point, there[…]
As you begin the process of envisioning how to incorporate technology into the classroom environment, it is essential that you complete a written plan that meets your Education Philosophy. Far too often, we find that teachers purchase technology out of convenience as opposed to out of an intentional design to meet their instructional and collaborative[…]
Thanks for tuning in to the presentation on Technology Done Right: In the Classroom and in the Office at the NAD 2012 Teacher’s Convention in Nashville, TN. Here is a PDF version of the presentation for download. Enjoy!
As a key element of classroom design, collaboration centers are critical to the facilitation of student interaction within the flow of the classroom setting. Below are several photos of the primary collaboration and reading centers at the Prescott Adventist Christian School.