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Over the weekend I attended the first ever Google Apps for Education Summit in the Middle East. In between a session, a colleague of mine asked asked me, “Patrick, if we have Google Apps why do we need Edmodo?” For … Continue reading
I really like Apple products. I don’t have a Steve Jobs tattoo on the small of my back like Preston but I prefer their products to the competition. In my household we have two iPhones, a Macbook Pro, a 27” … 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
No, no, no I will not posting about our process each and every week but I figure talking about the first week (teacher orientation) with our new Macs, the questions I received, the frustrations and joy I observed and how … Continue reading
I was reading the latest edition of Leading and Learning in Technology (good stuff people) and I saw the point-counterpoint article which was simply titled Are Computer Labs Obsolete. I quickly read the two points and went off to do … Continue reading
Dont call me for a quote or demo…just gimme instant downloadable trials! I don’t post much here on ITBabble and Patrick rightfully makes fun of my anemic post count. So, what better way than to jump in again with a … Continue reading
OK, this is happening and this is kind of exciting. Google is creating and is going to sell these interactive glasses. Instead of me trying to explain what they do, take a gander of the Project Glass concept video to … Continue reading
It’s a square. SQUARE! Teachers have been using Facebook for educational purpose for a long time. Heck, Facebook even has Facebook in Education group about how teachers can use it for, you guessed, educational purposes. What bothers me are the teachers … Continue reading