The December Digital Detox

December is the perfect month to spend a little time doing something different, new, or relaxing. Being in front of your screen is none of these things. I will admit to taking some intentional time during December to clean up my digital photos, Google Drive files, or update my contact list. For this post, IContinue reading “The December Digital Detox”

When Student Choice Leads to Student Voice

This post is written by Trey House, a Middle School Latin teacher, The Ensworth School. A key theme of ambitious teaching and learning is creating opportunities for students to demonstrate learning on their own terms. At the middle school level, it is important to help students develop the means to use their own voices. OneContinue reading “When Student Choice Leads to Student Voice”

How Gaming First Days Set my Students up for Success

Written by Amy Skillicorn ~Middle School Foreign Language Teacher All summer I was so hesitant to “gamify” 8th grade. I was certain they would find it too cheesy. I committed to gamifying my 6th grade Latin course, and I was open to gamifying 7th grade as well. On the first day, first period I hadContinue reading “How Gaming First Days Set my Students up for Success”

Welcome to our Site!

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. Welcome to our site. This site will document a year long journey for six educators who will be posting their failures, successes, and reflections as they implement methods aimed at streamlining delivery of content and gathering authentic assessments through tech integration. Check in often toContinue reading “Welcome to our Site!”