# #OneNewThing: SolveMe Puzzles

Attention all Math Nerds! Or, you know, anyone who loves a good puzzle. This week’s #OneNewThing is for you! I recently came across a fun website called SolveMe Puzzles that has a TON of free games for students (or the nerdy adult) to play. All of the games require players to solve a math-based puzzle.… Read More #OneNewThing: SolveMe Puzzles

# #OneNewThing: A Google a Day

In this week’s #OneNewThing, I am excited to share about A Google a Day. I was introduced to this game by Kate Petty while helping with a bootcamp earlier this week. It was one of those times where I thought, “Wait – how have I never heard of this?!” A Google a Day is an online game… Read More #OneNewThing: A Google a Day

# Creating Accountability in Group Projects with Google Forms

Group projects – you either love them or hate them, right? As a student, I absolutely hated group projects. I was one of the nerdy kids that was always striving for an A and felt like I was put into groups with people that did not care as much as I did. Therefore, I ended… Read More Creating Accountability in Group Projects with Google Forms

# #OneNewThing: Adobe After Effects & Instagram Hacks

Earlier this week, I wrote about my goal to learn one new thing per week and blog about it. It’s my new blogging challenge to encourage me to continue learning and writing.  For this week’s #OneNewThing post, I am excited to share that I learned TWO new things! Well, I am sure there is actually… Read More #OneNewThing: Adobe After Effects & Instagram Hacks

# #OneNewThing: A Blogging Challenge

A year and a half ago, I set a goal to blog once a week on an educational topic. These topics have ranged from instructional strategies, lesson plans, educational technology tutorials, and a variety of other resources. I am excited to say that this is a goal that I have achieved, as well as a… Read More #OneNewThing: A Blogging Challenge

# The Problem-Based Question (Part 2)

(Note: This is part two of a post on The Problem Based Question.  Click HERE to read part one.) As I mentioned in my last post, I found myself reflecting on the essential questions that I had been using in my classroom.  Essential questions have a time and place in the classroom but I wanted… Read More The Problem-Based Question (Part 2)