November Teacher Profile- Alex Allaire

November’s teacher profile is BHS Science Teacher Alex Allaire. Mrs. Allaire has been teaching science for eleven years and has been at BHS for the past nine. She teaches freshmen physics as well as junior/senior physics. Outside the classroom, Mrs. Allaire serves as the advisor to the National Honor Society and Science Olympiad. Since BHS…

Create a Digital Gallery of Student Work with Padlet for iOS

Last year we brought you the post, Paperless Presentations with Padlet. At the time, Padlet was only available via the web however this past August Padlet launched its free iOS application. It’s now even easier for students to post their creations from other apps onto a teacher created Padlet wall. Several Burlington High School teachers…

Zap! Boom! Pow! A Book Creator iOS Update

On October 11th, Book Creator released a relatively significant update to its iOS application. Here in Burlington, teachers of many content areas and grade levels love Book Creator as it lends itself well to project-based learning, and they are very excited about this update! From high school level Anatomy courses┬áto fifth-grade social studies classes, Book…

Student Blogs 2015-2016

Help Desk students are responsible for maintaining their own personal blogs which feature reflections on the skills and knowledge they are developing throughout the course. Student blogs also contain educational technology training resources, app reviews, and individual learning endeavor updates. Please take some time to explore the blogs of the Help Desk students. They look…

Free App Friday- 30/30

Editor’s Note: Today’s Free App Friday is being brought to your by BHS junior and first year staff member Kevin Lynch. This post originally appeared on Kevin’s blog. Free App Friday! Our Free App of the week is 30/30 by Binary Hammer. This application is a easy maneuverable task manager that will organize any busy…