Publish, Publish, Publish!

The Publish, Publish, Publish! section of Haugen’s Tech Tips includes how to’s, samples and web resources. The opportunity to publish inspires students to collaborate on, refine and share their best creative work.  We’ll explore and compare a variety of elementary publishing projects – a school newspaper, and a school anthology, …

A Vision for Learning – Digital Cameras & iPhoto for Kids

The Vision for Learning section of Haugen’s Tech Tips includes how to’s, samples and web resources. Digital photography empowers students to learn and communicate about math, science, history, reading, writing, and even social skills. In this lively and practical workshop, learn photography basics and tricks while exploring classroom-tested, curriculum-based projects. …

My Web Site and This Blog

As I explore the blog world more, it’s been a while since I last updated my Haugen’s Tech Tips Page, but there’s still quite a bit of useful information there on digital photography, student publishing and designing school web sites. powered by performancing firefox

Grab a free blog, just for teachers

If you’d like to start your own blog, consider using www.edublogs.org. This free service gives you a variety of templates and options to choose from, and hosts your blog. Post and edit your blog entries right in your browser, from any computer, anywhere. It’s quick, easy and free. You can …

SchwabLearning – a Great Resource

SchwabLearning.org provides a huge number of free articles about helping kids with learning difficulties, including several articles on using technology tools and strategies (some written by Lisa Wahl, my friend & former boss in California!). It’s called a parent’s guide, but many of the articles have helpful insights for teachers, …

Edison TILT Blog

Edison Elementary in Eugene, OR, is the recent recipient of a large tech grant. They’ve now started their own blog to share their ideas and progress as they learn to use wireless laptops, a smartboard and other state-of-the-art technology* for education. “Here you can find updates about the TILT Project. …

Google’s Literacy Project

“A resource for teachers, literacy organisations and anyone interested in reading and education, created in collaboration with LitCam, Google, and UNESCO’s Institute for Lifelong Learning.” The Literacy Project powered by performancing firefox