Author: By Guest Blogger John Mikulski April 23,2014
Author: By Shelly Terrell April 23,2014
I recognized that I could use my passion for open source software to breathe new life into these tired machines.
Poems can help students see what they consider a boring or tedious topic in a different light.
According to the United Nations World Water Day project, over a billion people around the world live without access to clean drinking water.
Author: By Steve Young April 22,2014
Students designed and built a solar-powered boat to compete in a local solar "regatta."
Author: By Guest blogger Monica Burns April 22,2014
How do you know which sites are affected and have been patched?
Author: By Steven Anderson April 22,2014
Since there are plenty of videos on YouTube that are not kid-friendly, YoouKids has developed an iPad app
Author: By Eric Sheninger April 22,2014
The new Reinventing The Classroom Virtual Conference aims to discover and share the most innovative, long-lasting and creative projects and share in a global conversation about what is right with education, world-wide.
Author: By Chris Aviles April 21,2014
Miss Ginter’s biology students at New Milford High School have been using Padlet as a forum to post answers to teacher-created questions, as well as student-created questions.
Author: By Lisa Nielsen April 21,2014
I had a great time at NJASA’s Techspo conference.
Students, parents, teachers, principals, and elected officials know it is time to lift restrictions and embrace these tools for learning.