Repost: Welcome to the Site New Teachers!

Jan 6, 2014 by

Please note: This is a repost of the original message that includes the form.

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday!   I had the privilege of working with teachers in Portland, Spokane, Seattle, San Jose, Sacramento, Kansas City, Dallas, Anaheim, and Pasadena the last two weeks before Christmas break.  It was wonderful to spend some time with lots of teachers from many disciplines and areas.  We did a lot of learning together and got a little dusty- not too dirty- but definitely jumped into a few things that will be beneficial in the classroom.  Remember, if you attended one of the seminars, you should be receiving an e-mail at the end of January with your two plans for implementing technology into your classroom.  Let me know how it goes.

More and more of you are now following my blog here- thank you!- and some of you have offered to send examples of what you are doing in the classroom.  PLEASE SHARE!  Again, it doesn’t matter if everything works or not- we can draw some great inspiration from each other and how much we try.  Whether it is something small or something large, please share.  We’ve simplified the way to do it so all you need to do is fill out as much of the Mobile Lesson Plan form below as you are able to do- and thank you again!

So, welcome to the site!  Changes will be coming to the site in the next few months to make it easier, more efficient, more organized, and more enjoyable for you and for me.  Thank you for your willingness to engage with the Last Backpack Generation.  Please don’t hesitate to contact me with your questions, ideas, and examples.  Daily posts and tools will resume next week.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Zachary

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Collaborating with colleagues is essential to providing the best lesson ideas and needed inspiration for teaching the Last Backpack Generation. Please share what you have done or what you are trying to do that utilizes mobile technology! Please complete as much as possible of the form below so we can share what you are doing with your colleagues. Leave the rest to us!

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