Kids have their devices in hand, the Socrative quiz is started … and screens are blank or spinning. Such is the reality at times for teachers tackling BYOD with their classes. Please, don’t give up. Although the infrastructure has been Continue reading BYOD: Don’t Give Up!
The year is 1907. You find yourself on a long journey from your home in Russia with an American destination and a dream. As a young Jewish girl, your options are limited, you need to be able to think quick and Continue reading City of Immigrants
Last month I wrote about a technology needs assessment survey that many students, teachers and principals across our district completed during the end of January. I want to say thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to Continue reading Making a CASE for Technology in the Classroom
When: March 13, 2015 What: Digital Learning Day – a celebration of teaching and learning using digital media and technology that engages students and provides them with rich and personalized educational experiences. Who: Everyone! Help spread the word to all students, Continue reading You are Invited!
More Save the date! Mark your calendar! 14th Annual STEM Fair Saturday, March 14, 2015 Bryan Station High School 9:00-11:00 Technology Projects and Slot Cars 8:30-1:30 Robotics Competitions 11:30 Awards Ceremony – Technology Showcases, Digital Products, and SumoBots 1:30 Awards Ceremony Continue reading STEM Fair – March 14
OK, hold off, this isn’t another “Get off my lawn!” editorial from an old dog who refuses to learn new tricks. I have Twitter/Facebook/Flickr/Google/Tumblr accounts, a smart phone (and, yes, I text – a lot!), and I just canceled my Continue reading From the Editor’s Desk: The Case for Email
When I first read this I thought, “Oh good, a video to help us use Office 365!” Nope! Microsoft is launching an Intranet video streaming service through Office 365. It has already been deployed to many Office 365 users and Continue reading Coming Soon… Office 365 Video