Let's focus more on SAMR and integration, Blog Followers. (Techie Tuesday 1/28/2020)

Hi, Blog Followers!
Here is this week's Techie Tuesday. You can see all of my weekly slides and access all of the links by clicking on the slide below and then using the arrows to scroll through the other slides in the deck. Do you have an assignment that you want me to dig into for you? Please send it my way! Additionally, I've been taking existing worksheets, like the video/audio reflection sheet in this week's slide, and creating digital versions that are easy to share with your students. Although on the substitution end of the SAMR pool, it's a great way to get your feet wet. Have something you do on paper that you want to do digitally? Send it to me and I'll generate it for you!

What prep block do you have this trimester/quarter?
Block 1  |  Block 2  |  Block 3  |  Block 4  |  Block 5  |  Block 6  |  Block 7  |  Block 8  |  n/a



I aim to be as easily accessible as possible so I can help as many folks as I can. With that in mind, you can make an appointment with me right on my website, which is also easy to remember because it's just SimmonsClassroom.com. If you see a slot open, you can grab it! I've gone back and forth between the MS and HS almost 10 times in a day before. I love to get my steps in! You can book me for anywhere from 15 minutes to the entire day as long as I have an opening in my calendar. I have also added a calendar on my appointment page so you know what building I'm going to be hanging my hat in just in case you want to pop by and say hi. Check it out!

Let me know if I can do anything at all to help, Blog Followers.

Sincerely, 
Susie

Technology Coach for Bonny Eagle Middle School & High School
Pathfinders - Spring Girls Trip Leader (Grades 7-8)
ACTEM Board Member: Tech Integrator SIG Position
Google Certified Trainer  |  Google Certified Educator Level 2  |  Apple Teacher

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