A message from the iLearn Team.
We all know student learning should drive the use of educational technology. You can see how Santa Barbara Unified teachers are putting this idea into practice on the iLearn blog: http://ilearn.sbunified.org/
This summer the iLearn team selected four teacher blog posts to spotlight:
- Michelle Brunkhurst, a second grade teacher at Roosevelt Elementary School, uses Evernote to monitor her students’ reading fluency. For more on how she does it, click here: http://bit.ly/2aE2zTt
- Megan Cotich, a science teacher at La Colina Junior High School, writes about the different ways teachers and students can annotate images using digital tools. Read more about her experience at the following link: http://bit.ly/29TqocQ
- Matt York, a world history teacher at Dos Pueblos High School, describes how his students use Actively Learn to read and interact with texts. To learn more go to: http://bit.ly/2aE1ZVC
- Jerolyn Fikes, a math, AVID, and computer science teacher at San Marcos High School, explains how she uses the powerful graphing app Desmos in her math classroom. Go to: http://bit.ly/2aE2FdH