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Category Archives: Tech Integration
This week I had an interesting experience. I received and email that was vague, but critical, about a project I had been working on. Like anyone, I hate having to mull over everything I have done wrong. I do make it a point to … Continue reading
Accuse me of milking the flipped classroom post and Scott Meech’s lengthy comment and I would say – damn skippy! But cute cows are not the focus of this post. The focus is technology in the classroom! More specifically, screen-casting … Continue reading
So can video games make learning fun? Tall response: NO! Grande response: No, because… Edutainment games are clunky Edutainment games are not multi-million dollar franchise games Our students are very diverse with some people play first person shooters, other play … Continue reading
At school, there was a request that we show more student work. Uhm, ok…I teach tech classes like programming, digital video and digital photo. Operative word being “digital”. The students do their work and upload it to a blog or … Continue reading
My wife is a librarian and consumes all things published. She reads books and her Kindle library is nothing short of impressive. She reviews books on her very popular blog (anabundanceofbooks.blogspot.com) and came across this infograph about where textbooks are … Continue reading
For about 8 months I’ve been scouring the Internet for a free, easy to use, attractive, and easy to share lesson planning program. It didn’t matter to me if I could download it or use it online. I found only … Continue reading
IT Babble is growing faster than ever, and most of that is due to you the readers. Please keep tuning in, sharing what we write, and leaving those comments, we love it. One way we thought of saying thanks was … Continue reading