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Image courtesy of David Castillo Dominici/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net I have a confession. As a teacher, I have broken the law . . . on more than one occasion too! I am guilty but in my defense I simply didn’t know the … Continue reading
If Google is the master of the web search, then WolframAlpha is the master of quantifiable data searches. Ummm-what does that mean? Pretty much anything that has to do with statistics or numbers and it is on the internet can … Continue reading
Podcastapalooza continues. In case you missed Part 1 you can find it here. It covers a quick overview of how I structure the unit, the equipment and services I use. In this part we talk about the resources I have … Continue reading
Like that? I turned a noun into a verb. Seriously though, Google is the go to first stop for just about anyone who needs to do a little research, find some information about anything that comes to mind. Google eve … Continue reading
Prezi is a solid go to platform for making unique looking presentations. It’s easy to use, pretty different from anything else out there and the final product usually looks great. It was also our second post here on IT Babble … Continue reading
You know what I love? I love sunsets, kittens playing with string, and I love discovering a simple program that has some really powerful features built in. That last one is always a special moment for me. It is like … Continue reading
As our school year rapidly approaches I thought I would share a policy with you fine people that I will be sharing with the colleagues of my own school. The policy is a simple one but very important. It is: … Continue reading
Many educators (myself included) have enjoyed using http://www.zamzar.com to download and convert YouTube videos for our classes. It was easy, reliable and it didn’t matter what browser or platform you were using. In other words, it was a great way … Continue reading