Learning with Spheros by Jamie Kassiotis

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 As part of the Makerspace@LHS, one of the devices students can play and learn is a Sphero.  A Sphero is the first robotic ball gaming device that you control with a tilt, touch, or… Continue reading

Welcome to the LHS 2015-2016 School Year Student Help Desk by Dana Landry

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          Welcome back to the 2015-2016 school year. Many of the student help desk members have graduated and many have just joined our team. What is Help Desk? Help desk… Continue reading

Ilos Interview by Nick Bisconti

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Sean Higgins is the founder and sales lead at Ilos.  He runs his business with his previous co-worker from a fortune 500 company. Together, they made a screencasting software/website that allows you to… Continue reading

Google Classroom End of Year Procedures by Jen Judkins

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This post originally appeared on  http://teachingforward.net/2015/05/31/google-classroom-end-of-year-procedures/ I’m not counting the days yet, but now that  we’re flipping the calendar to June, preparations for wrapping up the current school year and readying for the fall… Continue reading

Senior’s Last Repair

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As our seven senior members of the LHS student helpdesk prepare to graduate, they had to fix just one more device.  We are losing some very valuable members of the helpdesk and they… Continue reading

Read and Write for Google Review and sit-down with company by Dana Landry and Kayla Carroll

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At Lynnfield High school, half of the students are using Acer Chromebooks and next year, the entire school will have chromebooks.  In anticipation of a 100% chromebook building, we reviewed a very useful… Continue reading

Google Classroom Updates! by Jen Judkins

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You can now add co-teachers to your classes which means they can create announcements and assignments as well as view grades and student work submissions. If you aren’t already using Google Classroom, it’s… Continue reading

Transforming the Helpdesk Office

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The LHS Student helpdesk office (located in our media center) recently underwent a major renovation. The room started out as an audio-visual storage closet, containing old overhead projectors, televisions, shelving units, and a… Continue reading

Introducing Dana Landry

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This week, we welcome Dana Landry into the Lynnfield High School Student Helpdesk. Dana is a sophomore at Lynnfield High School, and is heavily involved in theater at the school. In her free… Continue reading

Notable: PDF annotation for Chromebooks By Dana Landry and Kayla Carroll: Interview with CEO

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Notable could replace paper in math class for Chromebook users. This PDF editor has fantastic features which can easily be used for the classroom.