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    Slavery in the North: The Untold Story

    The MassCUE Classroom Grant I received has changed my classroom in ways that I could not have imagined. From the physical space of the room, to student learning and engagement, and even my own teaching style—it has all been transformed by this technology grant. The funds were used to purchase...

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  • Tour Creator in the Elementary Classroom

    by Joli Boucher Original post in Flipped Tech Coaching with Joli, January 24, 2019 WHAT IS TOUR CREATOR? Last year, Google released the web-based Tour Creator that allows users to create interactive 360 degree tours right from their computers. Photographs may be uploaded from the Google Street View app or directly...

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    Mirror, Mirror On The Wall, EdCamp Style Works For All!

    Reflections of #EdCampSEMass by Rayna Freedman, Jacqueline Prester, Karen Winsper and Kim Zajac #EdCampSEMass opened its doors once again to host its 3rd annual event on Saturday, December 1, 2018.  We welcomed sixty-seven attendees from forty-four different districts and/or companies to join a day of collaborative learning and professional development and...

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    Promoting Literacy in our Elementary Library Makerspace

    The main goal of my library makerspace is to support and promote literacy. Those literacies include traditional literacies like reading, writing, and research, but also include supporting students in digital literacy, coding literacy, and making. My main goal is still to get kids to love books and reading. I see...

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