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Episode 160 – AI Still Sucks

Tony and Patrick are back to wish you a Happy New Year and to spread a little ed tech love your way. This show is a good one to close out 2018 so check out the talking points below and … Continue reading

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The BBC has no idea what Facebook, bad language, or hacking is, but they do know how to get PWND.

I posted the video separately so it would be easy for mobile users.  If you have not watched it, watch it here. Who is Jeff Jarvis? Well he is a professor at a major university, an author, a blogger, and … Continue reading

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Jeff Jarvis put the SMACK DOWN on the BBC

Jeff Jarvis put the SMACK DOWN on the BBC

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Schools – Get your head out of the sand!

I was reading an article yesterday about a Georgia girl who is suing some of her classmates for libel for bullying her on Facebook. When I told some people about this they kind of chuckled and mentioned that “I guess … Continue reading

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Podcast Episode 32 – May 2, 2012

This week Tony can’t join us but that doesn’t mean we don’t have another fantastic show. We are joined by Preston Spradling. With a name like that you know there are going to be some great ideas flying around. Check … Continue reading

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Facebook – A square peg trying to fit in a round hole

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

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Cyber Awareness Week

For many middle school students (and a lot of adults I know) their online social community is pretty important to them. In the middle school many of these students are also pretty new to this new online world before them. … Continue reading

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Oh Natalie …

In the month of February of 2011, Natalie Munroe of a Pennsylvanian school district was suspeneded with pay. The cause, she had a personal blog where she said some very unflattering things about her students and colleagues. These things were … Continue reading

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Hootcourse – Twitter educationalized

That is definitely not a real word. Anyway, in this post I am going to share with you the online service HootCourse.com. This uses Twitter as a means to create a back channel chat, but it has some nice features … Continue reading

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