Natalie's Blogging

Natalie's Blogging

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Blog 3 – Pros and Cons of FreshGrade
Hello fellow bloggers! After discussing a little bit in our previous blog about what FreshGrade is, we decided to dive even deeper into the software...
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Blog 2 – Narrowing Down our Options
Hello fellow bloggers!   After deep thought and consideration, we have finally decided on what we want to focus our attention on for the Edtech...
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Week 6 – Jesse Miller
In today's class with guest speaker Jesse Miller was quite an eye-opener. I learned a lot about the use of information you provide to google...
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Blog 4 – Paper Crafting
Hey Crafters! A few days ago I was on Cricut.com and I saw an example of a customized notebook that I was inspired to make....
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Blog 1 – Ukulele + Cats
Hey Bloggers! This past Sunday, February 2nd, I was home alone in the morning and decided it was the perfect time to practice playing the...
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Week 5 – Duolingo as a Classroom Technology Resource
Hello fellow bloggers, this blog post is brought to you by Natalie and Aria today! Today we are exploring the Language learning tool “Duo-lingo” in...
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Header image by Flicker user morberg is licensed under Creative Commons BY NC 2.0. Modification made was to crop it to fit the header.

Blog 3 – Pros and Cons of FreshGrade
Hello fellow bloggers! After discussing a little bit in our previous blog about what FreshGrade is, we decided to dive even deeper into the software...
Read More "Blog 3 – Pros and Cons of FreshGrade"
Blog 2 – Narrowing Down our Options
Hello fellow bloggers!   After deep thought and consideration, we have finally decided on what we want to focus our attention on for the Edtech...
Read More "Blog 2 – Narrowing Down our Options"
Week 6 – Jesse Miller
In today's class with guest speaker Jesse Miller was quite an eye-opener. I learned a lot about the use of information you provide to google...
Read More "Week 6 – Jesse Miller"
Blog 4 – Paper Crafting
Hey Crafters! A few days ago I was on Cricut.com and I saw an example of a customized notebook that I was inspired to make....
Read More "Blog 4 – Paper Crafting"
Blog 1 – Ukulele + Cats
Hey Bloggers! This past Sunday, February 2nd, I was home alone in the morning and decided it was the perfect time to practice playing the...
Read More "Blog 1 – Ukulele + Cats"
Week 5 – Duolingo as a Classroom Technology Resource
Hello fellow bloggers, this blog post is brought to you by Natalie and Aria today! Today we are exploring the Language learning tool “Duo-lingo” in...
Read More "Week 5 – Duolingo as a Classroom Technology Resource"
Blog 3 – Budgeting!
Happy Friday, let's talk budgeting! When looking into the Cricut machine I found that all the supplies and the machine itself were quite expensive and...
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Blog 1 – EdTech Inquiry Introduction
Hello fellow bloggers!   This is Laurence and Natalie! We will be doing our EdTech inquiry project together and can not wait to deepen our...
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Week 5 – Duolingo as a Classroom Technology Resource

Hello fellow bloggers, this blog post is brought to you by Natalie and Aria today! Today we are exploring the Language learning tool “Duo-lingo” in the classroom! Duolingo is a language learning website/app that uses 4 different ways to learn and maintain the knowledge of another language. Active recall challenges …

Blog 2 – My Cricut Crafting Goals for This Semester

Hey fellow Crafters! With Cricut, I hope to be able to complete multi-layer iron-on patterns with up to five layers, potentially more depending on how my progress is going. Making multi-layer patterns will allow me to make detailed custom designs on shirts, pillowcases, hoodies, etc. In addition to multi-layer iron-on’s, …