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By: Tony DePrato | Follow me on Twitter @tdeprato
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Anyone interested in STEM/STEAM spaces and equipment should watch this video. It is older, but worth a revisit. He says we need 20 years to make this feasible and affordable. I think we might be moving a bit faster. He … Continue reading
By Tony DePrato | Follow me on Twitter @tdeprato A year ago, many people using Office 365 for Education were really angry at OneDrive for Business. When Microsoft made the official switch from the public OneDrive to the Business Version, things were not … Continue reading
I saw this video on Gizmodo and thought Wow! That’s pretty awesome. So I thought I’d drop it here on my blog. The video is made by Kurzegesagt. They make short videos that explain some complex stuff like the history … Continue reading
I’ve never heard of Richard Wiseman before this, but apparently he is a very well known and respected psychologists from the UK. The video is a fun way to use simple math to “predict” what square you end up on. … Continue reading
Youtube has become a part of almost every teacher’s repertoire. It is a massive digital library with loads of great stuff. What I want to highlight in a short post is a couple cool little tricks/options when you right click … 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
The Flipped Classroom – Can videos teach our children? When reading an article by Liz Dwyer about “Why youtube videos will never replace teachers” I learned about a new concept…the flipped classroom. Awesome, a new buzz word to fling around … Continue reading