Monthly Archives: December 2014

Q& A with Jeffrey Snyder, AHS Instructional Technologist

In this post, Jeffrey Snyder describes activities his students did with Khan Academy Programming, MIT Mobile Apps Inventor and Code.org. All three are new online coding sites. What did the technology allow you and students to do that you couldn’t … Continue reading

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Algebra in disguise: Dragon Box game for young kids

By Elena Jakubiak, parent of Bishop School first grader I remember being painfully bored in early elementary school. Grammar, phonics, and arithmetic were of no interest to me. But, in the fifth grade, I started to like math and I eventually … Continue reading

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