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Category Archives: Instructional Technology
If you do not get the reference made by the title, then you you can spend the day trying to figure it out. Improve your Google skills, or whatever. I know that my fellow podcaster, Preston, will get it, and … Continue reading
My colleagues at IT Babble don’t exactly share my enthusiasm when it comes to Google Glass. I love the possibilities it poses, students watching your screen in real time or other support videos, being able to document or capture live … Continue reading
I went on springbreak. I had a great time. I destroyed, I mean completely destroyed my phone. I was in Krakow, Poland. It was cold. The ground was frozen. I had my gloves on. I tried to extract my phone … Continue reading
Defining BYOD Everyone always asks me if I have evidence that BYOD is a good model. I used to say, “Not really.” Now, I just ask a few questions in response to that question, such as: Do you want to … Continue reading
Lately I have had many discussions about mobile devices and iPads. It is very difficult to get people to focus on the negative side of something that is innately exciting. You may ask why I have to be so negative, and the … Continue reading
Today I am at the 2012 NESA (#NESA) Leadership Conference in Dubai. I was looking over the sessions, as you may remember from my previous email, and have revised my original plan. I am doing 4 hours of “School Security … Continue reading
Wouldn’t This Be Great This method of teaching is designed to create autonomous thinkers. Plan and build the main course of thought (theme) through the lessons. Build in potential errors for discovery and discussion. Keep a list of common misconceptions and … Continue reading
Flat Terms, is a TERM I use to describe the policy of telling everyone that all bills will be paid within a certain time frame from the delivery date. For example, if I ask for 90 Day terms on Apple … Continue reading
Whenever I help students with math, I always have them do proofs. I want to be sure they understand what they are doing, and not just working a pattern. The word “proof” is a very powerful term, and being able … Continue reading
As you can imagine many of the schools were talking about or presenting their theories, failures, and successes regarding One-to-One programs and Bring Your Own Technology(BYOT). I am not going to recap what everyone is doing or has done. Nor … Continue reading