An old quote back from my college days is “…Lecture is a process by which the notes of the teacher get transferred to the notes of the student without passing through the brain of either.” The quote is mis-attributed to Mark Continue reading From the Editor’s Desk: Workflow and You
We’ve heard of BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology), BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), and maybe BYOP (Bring Your Own Phone), but what about CYOD? Instead of everyone working on the same type of device, what if the device was chosen Continue reading CYOD – What???
With all the conversation around 21st Century Skills in the last few years, I think most educators are familiar with the 4 C’s – Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Creativity – as being an important foundation for student learning and Continue reading Ready, Set … Collaborate!
Robotics is a growing field in Fayette County Schools and the STEM Fair on Saturday, March 14th showcased two events for LEGO Robotics! Beginning bright and early, the STLP Robot Challenge eXtreme (RCX) Regional Robotics Tournament welcomed almost 70 LEGO Continue reading Creative Problem Solving and Teamwork Present at STEM Robotics Events!
When it comes to using technology with students, it can become overwhelming to figure out the best way to deliver those hyperlinks. Educators usually end up with a list of links scattered across the class website or some just written on Continue reading Symbaloo: An Easy Way to Simplify Classroom Web Resources
While updating our Office of Instructional Technology blog, I’ve reviewed FCPS teacher/classroom blogs and found some amazing sites which I plan to showcase to you in the upcoming months. As I made my way through the directory, I found that Continue reading A Blog About Blogging