Author: By Silvia Tolisano October 1,2014
Author: By Eric Sheninger October 1,2014
I am adding my two cents by being part of the Connected Educator month in a variety of forms and my hope is that this blog post inspires you to take action FOR your own learning: participate, contribute and connect beyond your zip code!
Author: By Michael Gorman October 1,2014
The learning atmosphere in the library is nothing less than amazing.
Is emphasizing technology in the classroom really Blended Learning?
PBS LearningMedia has announced a significant expansion of classroom tools for teachers and students.
Shmoop’s Shakespeare Central offers summary and analysis of Shakespeare’s plays and poems, glossaries of words and idioms invented by Shakespeare, and a tool that translates modern English into Shakespearean English.
Author: By Patrick Larkin September 30,2014
PPMH is the first school in the nation to adopt NetRef,
Author: By Patricia Brown September 30,2014Author: By Terry Freedman September 30,2014
We will be participating in a series of weekly Twitter Chats beginning this coming Thursday at 8 p.m. EST.
Author: By Monica Burns September 30,2014
I’ve just published an ‘interim’ edition of Digital Education, the free newsletter for people with a professional interest in educational ICT and Computing.
They now have a new feature that you’ll want to check out – rubrics that make it simple to assess and grade student projects and assignments.