iStopMotion for iPad FREE TODAY only (1/17/2014)!

Looking for a nice little app to spice up your video?  iStopMotion gives your iPad the power to create stop motion as well as time lapse video as well as audio … Continue Reading →


Powerful Presentations with Prezi

Our student laptops don’t allow us to save PowerPoint files directly on the laptop.  While we have memory sticks to solve this dilemna, we sometimes use an online presentation site which is not … Continue Reading →


Websites You Can Use Now

Sometimes you just need a little something to inject some excitement into your lessons.  Try these for a quick and easy way to get your students engaged and excited to … Continue Reading →


Teacher Geek was Common Core Chic at CSU Monterey Bay!

We had a great time at CSU Monterey Bay at the Third Annual CSMP Conference this past Saturday, February 9, 2013!  A big thank you to Maria Gutierrez-Stearn of the California … Continue Reading →


Online Resources for Teachers

It’s been a busy time at my school with report cards and conferences and days off.  Here are some quick links to some great online resources for my techie teacher … Continue Reading →


Scientific Measurements Just Got Easier (and More Affordable) with Multi-Measures

  Looking for a way to measure classroom noise levels?  Perhaps you want to find a flat surface for your students to perform an experiment?  Maybe you want to see … Continue Reading →


Translate and Communicate with Vocre

If you want to communicate with someone who doesn’t speak your language, you need Vocre. Vocre is an amazing FREE app (for iPhone or iPad) that offers 23 different languages … Continue Reading →


Nearpod puts your presentations into your students’ hands

It’s often true that students have more technology in their backpacks than a teacher has in the classroom. Nearpod provides a great app to harness your students’ technology or use a … Continue Reading →


Stack the States: More than just Social Studies standards

How do you get students excited about using that ancient reference material known as an atlas? Stack the States (iTunes $0.99) is an exciting, interactive app that asks students to … Continue Reading →


13 Must-Have Gadgets and Apps for Educators

  T.H.E. Journal asked Leslie Fisher and Hall Davidson, presenters at FETC’s popular Tech Shootout session, to share some of the tools they’re still excited about. From apps to gadgets, … Continue Reading →