Monthly Archives: September 2012

Interactive Whiteboard #101 : A short primer

For those of you with a whiteboard who want to take full advantage of all it can do – here’s a place to start:  Interactive Whiteboard #101 : A short primer.  I’m looking into training options and will share what … Continue reading

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TMI – what to believe?

CRAP Detection 101 Learning to sift through all the information presented online is an essential skill to cultivate and to develop in our students.  It may be one of the most useful life skills they will learn.  This extensive blog … Continue reading

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The 50 Best Education Twitter Hashtags–With Meeting Times! | TeachThought

If you’ve been contemplating joining twitter, you should.  There is a wealth of information out there that is already vetted by other educators.  This list has something for everyone.  Pick a few and start following them and Harvey, NAIS, and … Continue reading

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Education Week: Educators Evaluate ‘Flipped Classrooms’

Education Week: Educators Evaluate ‘Flipped Classrooms’. Interesting perspective on flipping.  Pros and cons are addressed, but the last paragraph IS the kicker and applies to most any assortment of students. What do you think? “[In the current model], one student … Continue reading

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Free Technology for Teachers: 10 Ways to Create Videos Without Installing Software

Free Technology for Teachers: 10 Ways to Create Videos Without Installing Software. These are resources for creating videos using free web tools. I’ve used Masher, Animoto and Screenr – they’re simple and the finished product is professional looking. If you’re … Continue reading

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12 Things Students Should Never Do on Social Media

And the other side of learning to use technology – this list is very simple and complete. 12 Things Students Should Never Do on Social Media.

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Five technology skills every student should learn | eSchool News

Five technology skills every student should learn | eSchool News. Do you agree with this list? Would you add to it? I especially like #4 and 5: Adaptability and Courage

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