There are many reasons for a teacher to take their classroom paperless, but what happens when someone else decides it is time for your classroom to kick your paper habit? In the best situations, the rate of technology integration in a classroom would be in the individual teacher’s control and each teacher would be allowed […]
As school starts to let out for summer, kids are coming home with long lists of summer reading books. Especially if you’ve got older children, entering high school or college, these books have become more and more challenging over the years.
I really didn’t set out to be a teacher – it’s more like teaching called me into its ranks. I think that’s what “vocation” actually means. Even as a child in grade school, I enjoyed gaining knowledge, figuring out how things related, and then explaining that to my classmates. Helping others understand what was at first confusing has always been a delight to me.
If you can read this right now, chances are there’s a teacher out there you should be thanking this week. May 5-19 marks National Teacher Appreciation Week and it’s the perfect opportunity to make the educators in your life feel loved.
Thanks to those who communicated with me following my initial ScanSnap iX500 post. It’s great to find others who are like-minded! This post will give more details on my workflow with the iX500, and some initial ScanSnap SV600 reactions. At the end I have included a link to a Dropbox folder where you can see […]
With Thanksgiving and the holiday season upon us, the elementary classroom begins to take on a new feel. The excitement and enthusiasm is palpable. As a teacher, it is a great opportunity for me to model gratitude and a thankful heart for my little learners. I look upon this season as a chance for my […]
As a teacher I have been a long-time fan of ScanSnap. When I was introduced to scanning technology in school my approach to in-class paper handouts changed. In many ways a good scanner was really what got me started on my tech integration journey. As an English teacher I struggled with piles of notebooks and […]
Hi there! My name is Kate Peila and I am a primary teacher from Billings, Montana. I have the privilege of working with 22 of the brightest, most inquisitive little students around. In addition to my work in the classroom, I also blog over at Purely Paperless and serve as a regular contributor for Appolearning. […]
One of the primary pleasures in the IT side of my brain is in scoping out new technologies and their innovative uses. I’ve always been interested in figuring out better ways to do things, especially if it improved my research as well as the teaching/learning experience of my colleagues and students. Fujitsu scanners have become […]
Today the world of the law is more than ever the world of the computer. Certainly the ubiquitous use of PCs and laptops in the law office, and of smart phones and tablets as lawyers’ constant companions, attest to this. But having technology tools available is not the same thing as lawyers knowing how to […]
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