• This Week’s Fox Hill 1st Grade Book
  • This Week’s Fox Hill K Book
  • Meditation in the Pine Glen Learning Commons
  • A Day in the Life of Kindergarten in Burlington Public Schools
  • The Engineering Process Explained Through Adobe Voice

Elementary Math and Technology Nights

Carrie Fortunato, Burlington Public Schools K-5 Math Coach, recently organized math and technology nights held at each of Burlington’s elementary schools. Parents, teachers, and students were in attendance exploring school iPads, educational websites, and interactive whiteboards. Students were excited to show their parents what they do at school when learning about math. Families enjoyed the opportunity to learn together about new math applications. Please check out the BPS EdTech Apps…

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Project Based Learning in French

Madame Price, a French instructor at Burlington High School has been creating some engaging lessons in her French IV and V classes. Her class is roughly 15 students in each class and every student has an iPad 2 at their disposal. Madame Price has been very active in creating project based learning experiences for her students. I was recently invited into her class to view the final projects that her…

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How Do I Do That – April 2012

The BPS EdTech Team would like to invite all staff to the April sessions of our technology series. The How Do I Do That program provides opportunities for staff to learn about technology topics and devices. Staff members are encouraged to attend any sessions that interest them. All sessions run from 3 to 5:30pm – however – participants do not have to stay for the entire session. Please arrive and attend…

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#NE121 Summit

Thank you to everyone who helped make the the first New England 1:1 Summit a success. The BPS EdTech team is grateful to all who participated and the generous sponsors who donated to the event. I truly hope that those in attendance enjoyed the day. The organizers from the BPS EdTech team and the students from the BHS Help Desk enjoyed having you visit us. We are definetly planning on doing…

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Getting Ready

The BPS EdTech Team and members of the BHS Student Helpdesk have been getting ready for the New England 1:1 Summit. The event now has over 500 educators from across the country scheduled to attend. The event is sold out but spots will be made available to Burlington teachers who would like to attend. Stay tuned to this blog for highlights from the Summit. Thank you to everyone who has…

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How Do I Do That – March 2012

The BPS EdTech Team would like to invite all staff to the March sessions of our technology series. The How Do I Do That program provides opportunities for staff to learn about technology topics and devices. Staff members are encouraged to attend any sessions that interest them. All sessions run from 3 to 5:30pm – however – participants do not have to stay for the entire session. Please arrive and attend…

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Tools You Can Use – Week of February 6, 2012

  Livebinders is a tremendous FREE resource that can help you to find relevant resources and also organize your own.   Here are some of the best ways that Livebinders can help you stay organized: Take Control of Information View links like pages in a book instead of URLs on a page Combine uploaded PDFs and Word docs with links in one binder Go paperless one LiveBinder at a time Save Time Update information…

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Dr. Seuss with iPad Apps

Thank you to Burlington Library Assistant Rose Magliozzi for this post about iPad apps and Dr. Seuss: Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday March 2, 2012 with iPad apps! NEA’s Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2nd, the birthday of children’s author Theordor Seuss Geisel better known as Dr. Seuss. This year celebrate his birthday…

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