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Lindy George

Lindy George, Instructional Technology Specialist
Lindy is an Instructional Technology Specialist. She works throughout her district to support teachers in the effective integration of technology in the classroom. In her 37 years in education Lindy has been a classroom teacher and a curriculum specialist. She has been in her current position in technology for 22 years. Lindy is responsible for many district-wide projects including the development and implementation of the K-6 technology curriculum. Lindy is a MimioMaster, Mimio Certified trainer and an avid Mimio user.

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Ring in the Holidays with This Free Holiday Gallery Pack

Posted by Lindy George on Fri, Dec 6, 2013

Fun Holiday Gallery Pack

This Gallery Pack contains fun holiday images, templates, multimedia, and lessons/activities. You can use the templates, clip art, and multimedia to create your own Mimio lessons, or click on the Lessons tab to find our ready-made lessons/activities. 

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Topics: Christmas, Free Content

Feels like fall with the Mimio Thanksgiving content pack

Posted by Lindy George on Tue, Nov 19, 2013


The Thanksgiving Content Pack on MimioConnect contains fun holiday images, templates, multimedia and lessons/activities.

These templates, clipart and multimedia allow you to create your own MimioStudio lessons or use our pre-made activities in the Lessons tab to create fun fall learning. Download Now. >>

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Excited About Classroom Collaboration

Posted by Lindy George on Mon, Sep 9, 2013

The latest versions of the MimioMobile™ app and MimioStudio™ classroom software bring an exciting upgrade to one of my favorite tools: Collaborate. The newest version of the Collaborate feature, ready for release in September, allows the teacher to push a MimioStudio Notebook page, including an interactive page (oh yes….I said interactive) to the student’s device, where the student can annotate, sort, write, and interact with all of the tasks on that page. (Okay…all together….oooohhhh….aaaahhhh!) The work of the student is displayed on the whiteboard in real time, and the teacher can simultaneously assist students or bring a particular student’s work forward to full screen to use as an example. When the teacher ends the Collaborate session, the student’s work is automatically saved to the MimioStudio Notebook Gallery, where the teacher can open it. Each student’s work is now displayed on a separate page for easy sharing, teacher review, or assessment. And don’t let me forget to share this extra bit of amazing news: the MimioMobile app will now work on iPads, iPhones and Android tablets and phones.

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Topics: Classroom Collaboration


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