In her early days as a kindergarten teacher, Katie Felix had a troublesome realization: “There is only one of me and 24 of them. How can I teach them when I’m not sitting with them?”
Seventeen years into her career, she’s devised decidedly innovative answers to that question, and many of them involve technology.
On any given day, you’ll find Felix and her students using iReady Math, making FlipGrid videos, or participating in a Skype Class virtual field trip to learn from rangers in places like Dinosaur National Monument and Grand Teton National Park. They use laptops, touch TVs and Microsoft Office products for both independent and whole-class learning……………………………………………………….
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