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Day 9 #30DC14: Build Better Lessons with Pinterest

At the heart of our work is designing compelling learning experiences for our students. Great lessons are engaging, develop skills, convey knowledge, and speak...

Communication Tools to Connect Your Classroom to the World: Pinterest

Pinterest Pinterest is a tool for collecting and organizing things you love.  What’s a Pin? Pins are like handsome little bookmarks. Whenever you find something...

Communication Tools to Connect Your Classroom to the World: Instagram

Instagram Instagram is an app that is a fast, beautiful and fun way to share your life with friends and family.  Take a picture or video, choose a filter to...

Communication Tools to Connect Your Classroom to the World: Facebook

Facebook Facebook Website Facebook is the world's most popular social networking site. Educators can use Facebook to tell the story  of their classrooms and schools, to...

Day 13 #30DC13: Social Media

In the last few years, social media has become a very popular way to communicate, connect with others, and share information.  Social media is...

Communication Tools to Connect Your Classroom to the World: Remind

  Remind Click Here To Go To Remind Site Remind is a safe and free way for teachers to text message students and keep in touch...

Communication Tools to Connect Your Classroom to the World: Twitter

Twitter Twitter Website Twitter is a free microblogging tool that teachers can use as a classroom backchannel, as a way to connect with and learn from...

Communication Tools to Connect Your Classroom to the World: Skype

  Skype Click Here To Go To The Skype Site Skype is a free piece of software that allows the user to make connect through video,...

How To Participate in #evscchat

In the 3rd Monday of every month, the ICATS will host a Twitter chat, using the hashtag #evscchat. We will announce each month's topic...

Creativity Skill: Connecting Online

Creativity is enhanced when we are exposed to new ideas and fresh perspectives. One way to get ourselves and our students to see things...