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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
Then add it here! Our school is rolling out a 1:1 laptop program next year. Today I thought HEY! Wouldn’t it be great if we had a single document with tons of resources on it that everyone could access. After … Continue reading
I wonder, I mean I really wonder, if you are preparing your students for what’s coming up? You know the big thing around the corner. I wish you were but someplace (not that deep inside) tells me you’re not. You … Continue reading
Me too! I’ve wanted to learn programming since I was a kid. For a while I was a beast (by 4th grade standards) at Quick Basic, but those days are long gone and my skills have gone with them. Lately, … Continue reading
It’s about time to make some new resolutions for 2012. Dreaming about these resolutions is always fun (check out my three below). Build a moon base to hold family reunions and to use as a vacation spot. Create the next … Continue reading
Working as head of IT for the Dubai American Academy, I have had to create a e-waste management system and all the policies involved in managing e-waste. Before any sifting and sorting takes place it helps to create a series … Continue reading
Recently I looked into going with a VPS Server to expand my school’s online services. My current assignment is outside of North America, so I ran into numerous issues with the billing. So I looked into some other options and … Continue reading
Try these apps When I was in school we had to walk across three continents to get to school, make our own textbooks and construct our own environmentally friendly schools. Oh yeah, I also had to learn to take notes. … Continue reading
My wife Jennifer is a far more literate person than myself. Her love of books has led her to a website http://www.wegivebooks.org. This website allows you to read children books online and when you are done you can give a … Continue reading