With technology, the ability to share finished products with others opens up doors for publishing and making assignments more engaging. At Luna Middle School, ELA teacher Mrs. Brandt collaborated with elementary school teacher, Mrs. Johnson in Edmond, Oklahoma.
This phish tale is not about the one that got away. Our tale is a more sinister tale that plunges into the dark sea of digital information and sheds light on a computer hacking method known as “Phishing”.
In order to be successful in the 21st century, global society, students need experience in the 4C’s: Collaboration, Communication, Creativity and Critical Thinking. Since Northside became a Google Apps for Education district, this task has become much more feasible.
We have seen a lot of articles on Google Classroom on here lately. Why is that? Well, Google classroom is an easy way for teachers to share and receive information and assignments. One log in and students have access to their assignments, tools, and teammates.
“Student expectations are the same for all. There is no sit and get. Students are taking ownership of their learning.” These words are evident in Mr. David Romero’s fifth grade classroom at Michael Elementary.