Author Archives: Carol Roth

Carol works full time at Central York School District as a secondary level technology integrator spending each day helping teachers to leverage technology to support the learning process and providing professional development opportunities. After school hours she instructs several Eduspire courses, including iPads in Education 2, Creating the Technology Infused Classroom, and Teaching Digital-Age Learners. Carol also works with York College in preparing education majors through their educational technology field experience program.

Continued: Graphite, Another Excellent Resource for Teachers

graphite, by Common Sense Media

Last week we explored Common Sense Media, a wonderful website, and resource for teachers and parents which addresses many concerns and interests related to popular media. This week we’ll be exploring Graphite, a service (from Common Sense Media) that assists educators in finding quality technology…

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Common Sense Media, a Fantastic Teacher Tool

Top Teacher Tool

As an instructional technology coach, I often assist teachers and parents with many tough topics related to the use of technology in the classroom as well as at home. There are no easy answers about internet safety, copyright laws, and cyber-bullying, but there…

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5 Tips to Implement Google Drive in the Classroom

Effective Ways to Use Google Drive in Education If you haven’t used Google Drive to manage student work in the past Google is sure making it difficult to ignore in the future. Why not explore a few of these management tips before the…

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Hallelujah Google!

Have you updated your Google Docs and Slides iOS apps? If you haven’t updated your iPad apps in the last week you need to jump on that now. I am pleased to rejoice with so many other educators in the updates that have…

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Qualitative Formative Assessment Toolkit

Educational Technology & Mobile Learning Mobile devices offer some very unique learning opportunities that are often not tapped. Dr. Reshan Richards shares in his Edutopia blog post, The Qualitative Formative Assessment Toolkit: Document Learning with Mobile Technology, how to allow students to own…

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Creating and Using Infographics in the Classroom

What are infographics and Why should a teacher care ? Infographics are a fabulous fusion of information and graphics. They are typically pleasing to the eye, as opposed to a graph that is a more sterile representation of data. Infographics can be found…

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