If 2nd Graders Can Do It …

BYOD — an abbreviation that frequently evokes excitement or utter fear in the hearts of many educators. Oftentimes, we envision high school teachers and their teenage students whipping out iPhones, tablets, etc. in pursuit of using technology, while the elementary levels are bogged down with worries about Continue reading If 2nd Graders Can Do It …

More Reasons To Use Edmodo In Your Classroom

If you haved not explored Edmodo for your classroom yet, ask yourself,  WHY?  It is a great tool to use with elementary as well as secondary students and they love it. It looks like Facebook, but don’t be scared or put Continue reading More Reasons To Use Edmodo In Your Classroom

Two Media Tools: VLC, Format Factory

       In a break from my usual ramblings, I’m reviewing two media tools you might not know about. VLC        As many of you know, I’m a fan of open source tools, VLC is a project of VideoLan, a French-based Continue reading Two Media Tools: VLC, Format Factory

And Students Lead the Way

Glendover Elementary, 2013 STEM Fair

If you wonder what innovative projects our students are doing these days – they would love to share with you how they are leading the way at this year’s STEM Fair on February 8th at Bryan Station High School. For a preview… Bryan Continue reading And Students Lead the Way

From the Editor’s Desk: The Stick-Shift Book

My youngest son and I share a passion. We both celebrate cars that are fun to drive. More specifically, we both have more-or-less tried to draw a line in the sand, and only purchase personal cars that have traditional manual Continue reading From the Editor’s Desk: The Stick-Shift Book