Author Archives: Pete Kurtz
This Saturday, April 27, we’ll be hosting a SMART Board User Conference at Stimson Middle School in Huntington Station, New York. Here’s the list of courses for the day, and there are still tickets available (register online):
- Learning with the iPad
- SMART Board Basics
- Intro to SMART Notebook
- 20 Coolest Things (You Can
This month the Teqsplorers travel to the Galagapos Islands to collect evidence of natural selection and to analyze “inherit the wind”. You can join the Teqsplorers and download interactive lessons on these topics for SMART Notebook, RM Easiteach, and ActivInspire from our Educator Resource Center.
Natural Selection, for high school students is directly … Read more
This month the Teqsplorers travel to the Hoover Dam to study hydroelectricity and to learn about the history of the location. You can join the Teqsplorers and download interactive lessons on these topics for SMART Notebook, RM Easiteach, and ActivInspire from our Educator Resource Center.
Current in a Series Circuit, for middle school … Read more
This month the Teqsplorers travel to Mexico for a visit to the Mayan Pyramids to learn about the Earth’s rotation and revolution as well as measuring volume. You can join the Teqsplorers and download interactive lessons on these topics for SMART Notebook, RM Easiteach, and ActivInspire from our Educator Resource Center.
Mayan Rotation and … Read more
Turn your classroom into a newsroom using the latest data from your students! Use the dial polling app in Edmodo to gauge sentiment on the latest presidential debate or your school’s debate club! With the dial polling app you can embed a YouTube video or YouTube live stream and create a dial poll while you … Read more
Our team of instructional technology specialists has assembled their list of the Top iPad Apps for Education eBook. Inside you’ll find overviews of 16 apps they’ve found teachers using in their classrooms, and their own personal favorites, including Evernote, Skitch, Edmodo, and Three Ring.
What apps are you using in the classroom? Did we leave … Read more
Welcome back! We hope you had a great Summer! If you were away from the blog, here’s a quick recap of some the things we covered and a what’s coming up in the next few weeks.
First, it’s not too late to register for the new Teq Calendar, shipping this week. Register now.
This Summer … Read more
We sent our little Teq explorers on a world-wide adventure, and they’ll be sharing their discoveries in the 2012-2013 Teq Calendar! Each month will contain fun, interactive lessons aligned with Common Core or state standards. There are lessons for math, science, social studies, ELA and more. Teq events are listed for each month, including our … Read more
As an art teacher in a NYC public school I appreciated the iconic image theme of the Teq ART calendar which I hung behind my desk in front of the classroom. In March I was doing an artist study on Picasso with my fourth grade class. They were learning about Picasso’s life and body of … Read more