Monthly Archives: January 2013

The “fab lab” at Marymount School

Thank you Will.  We need to start thinking about a “fab lab” in all our schools. “I know…the Fab Lab is hard. There’s no money. There’s no space. We’d need training. Lots of “Yeah, Buts”. But I’d argue the bigger … Continue reading

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An Educators Guide To Twitter – LiveBinder

This is a very complete resource.  And LiveBinder is a terrific free web tool for organizing any content – files, links, media, PDFs – as you’ll see demonstrated here.  An Educators Guide To Twitter – LiveBinder.

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iPad teachers.com

Apps, tips, ideas – if you teach with an iPad, or think you may want to try it – visit this site:   Welcome.

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50 + web 2.0 ways to tell a story

Here’s a great wiki to join and stay up to date with free web 2.0 tools.  Many of you are looking for interesting new ways for students to collaborate and share information.  Scroll through the ideas in here – pick … Continue reading

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The Social Media Time Debate

I know that adding social media to your 24+ hours day seems daunting, but take a moment to read this post from Sheninger on how he manages to be an effective High School Principal (with a full travel/speaking schedule), husband … Continue reading

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20 Innovative Education Technology Pinterest Boards – Edudemic

Wonder how useful Pinterest is?  The answer is VERY. 20 Innovative Education Technology Pinterest Boards – Edudemic.

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Collaboration is the New Competition – Ben Hecht – Harvard Business Review

From HBR – Leaders and organizations around the world are implementing Collaboration, Communication, even Creativity in a deliberate way to solve previously unsurmountable problems.  Doesn’t it make sense for our educational system to introduce and refine those skills in our students? … Continue reading

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