Here are some things scheduled to happen in the next month: The Annual Spring Cleaning. Several of the district’s web platforms have great support for new content, and lousy “end of life” support for all those old Word docs, pictures Continue reading The Present and Future of District Online Learning Tools
Recently, I’ve had the opportunity to work back-to-back with both Microsoft’s OneDrive and Google Drive — taking each for a test drive, so to speak. By doing so, I’ve paid some attention to the similarities and differences of the two Continue reading Let’s Take a Spin: Google Drive vs. OneDrive
I recall one winter evening after my children had gone to sleep, my sister and I thought it would be fun to try out the new Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) game for our Playstation. Of course, initially we thought the Continue reading Adding Game to Your Classroom-Scaffolds and Feedback
In the last ten years there has been a lot of discussion about 21st century learning and that today’s students should possess 21st century skills in order to be competitive in a global workforce. We talk about the 4 C’s Continue reading What Century Are You In?
Have you tried using iMovie on your school iPad? Now that it’s a free install for all of our Fayette County iPads that are managed by the MDM server, we have a new tool for our students and teachers to Continue reading iMovie with iPads
On April 17th Brian Spellman and I will be presenting on all the new Interactive features of LearningMedia and DiscoveryEducation. If you have a SMART board, Interwrite Board, or one of the new Interactive SMART or Brightlink projectors you will Continue reading Interactive Classroom PD opportunities and SMART bootcamp!