Tech Salad

With Crunchy Bits and Bytes

December 10, 2014
by Bea Leiderman
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Taking Risks

This morning I returned from VSTE and hit the ground running. When I stepped into Ms. Kass’s room to say hello, she showed me the projects the students were developing on their iPads. A few minutes later, I stopped by … Continue reading

Open Letter to Goochland Elementary School

October 24, 2014 by Bea Leiderman

Dear students, teachers, and staff,

Thank you so much for inviting me to speak at your school. I had a super fun time talking about bugs and other tiny things with all of you. You were all so attentive and respectful, and I was blown away by your eagerness to learn.

I am sorry we ran out of time before we got through everything you wanted to see. Thankfully, I am just down the road from you and I can stop by again sometime. Remember we have our blogs, Schoology, and email, and I can send a few more pictures your way. Dr. Hendron and I will also make sure all 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders have a copy of my book in their iBooks app.

I hope I have inspired many of you to take a closer look at what might be under your feet of hiding in your yard. Remember every living thing has a proper place on the planet, and has a purpose. Take good care of all of them.

 

Again, thank you for the invitation, and I hope to see you all again soon.

Ms. Leiderman

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October 10, 2014
by Bea Leiderman
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Who’s Using Schoology?

Today I helped Mr. Hecker with a bit of a computer glitch. He started telling me how much he likes Schoology, so I decided to make it a formal chat. Here’s the video.  

September 19, 2014
by Bea Leiderman
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Remember the Egg?

Years and years ago, I remember watching some television sitcom where one of the characters had to care for an egg as if it were a baby. It was a school assignment designed to teach students responsibility, and I think … Continue reading

September 2, 2014
by Bea Leiderman
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Resetting Passwords in Teacher Dashboard

The start of the new school year has been incredibly tech-intensive. We have been working around the clock to get all our services set up with accounts and passwords. If any of your students have forgotten their Google passwords, you … Continue reading