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Aimee Bartis is a veteran teacher and an Educational Technology Specialist in Texas. Connect with Aimee on Twitter @aimeegbartis or pluggedinedu.com.

The Digital Citizenship Primer EVERY Student Needs: Become an iMature Student

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Become an iMature Student is an excellent book full of much needed information and recommend for Technology Directors, Technology Specialists and Teachers as a quick reference guide to what students need to know to be successful in todays digital age.

Engaging Students with QR Code Matching

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At my ISTE poster session on student Tech Camp, I showed a QR code matching game that I use for hardware and software terminology. Many people liked the idea. Here’s how to do it!

Smashing Tools

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App Smashing is using 2 or more apps to complete a project. Tool smashing works the same way but is not confined to a single device. My school is all Apple so my tool smashing does stay on the same platform. But your’s doesn’t have to.

Assessing With ThingLink

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Being able to see students’ work in one place is a big plus for ThingLink, especially for younger students. They don’t have to send you a link or share their work with you. You can log in and see everyone’s work. You can also leave comments for them.

Edmodo App Review: NoRedInk

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NoRedInk is a website but is also available as an Edmodo app. I hadn’t used Edmodo apps so I was eager to try it out when my 7th grade English Language Arts teacher asked me about it.

Tech Tool Review: VideoNot.es

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VideoNot.es is a website and a Chrome app. It links to your Google Drive. When you associate your Google account with VideoNot.es, it creates a new folder in your Drive called VideoNot.es.

Spice Up Lessons- Augmented Reality Defined

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I am so glad I learned how to create Auras. Especially for this particular lesson. The students enjoyed learning the material in a new way and moving from picture to picture. Now I’m ready to search for more ways to use AR in the classroom.

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