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Author Archives: Patrick Cauley
The World Health Organization has released its newest list of classified diseases and, as the title suggests, gaming disorder is among them. You can read what it says from the WHO website by clicking here. It explicitly points at video … Continue reading
Yep, I’m reviewing Canva today. A graphic designer website that makes it easy for anyone to make beautiful websites. More stuff here. As you can see from the image above, the landing page for Canva is pretty mesmerizing. I just … Continue reading
I’ve written quite a few times about podcasts and how I like them. My opinion has not changed, I still think podcasts are an incredibly flexible tool for students to plan, produce and publish projects that demonstrate their knowledge. This … Continue reading
Patrick and Tony are back! This episode they talk about cheaper iPads, cell phone bans and the Chrompocalypse that happened. Oh and Patrick’s kids stop by to say hi 🙂 Much Cheaper iPad Expected in 2018 by Henry T. Casey … Continue reading
So I saw this on FreeTech4Teachers and thought that this would be a good site to review. The service is called GradeProof and you can get there by going to https://gradeproof.com/ . Here students can write their own paper right … Continue reading
Good day everyone and welcome back to another scintillating episode of the IT Babble podcast. This episode is pretty darn good. Check out the talking points below. As always be sure to subscribe to us on iTunes, follow us on … Continue reading
Happy Thanksgiving listener! IT Babble is back and better than ever. This week Tony and Patrick talk about a whole bunch of good ed tech topics. Check out the talking points below. As always be sure to subscribe to us … Continue reading
Early October I wrote a post about why your school should have an inventory and I talked about using MAMP and GLPI to create your own on an older MacBook that you may have in storage. I thought the post … Continue reading
Recently I posted about Google Sheets and how awesome the query function is. I thought it was so cool that I would make a little video about how to do it, in case my instructions were not super clear. Watch … Continue reading