Has computer and communication technology allowed us to connect more deeply with life? Or, as we become more connected with this technology, are we becoming more disconnected from life?
I had the good fortune to attend EdCampNYC this past weekend which was attended by passionate and innovative educators. All presenters were placed in rooms equipped with Smartboards.
Hashtags provide a way for others who are interested in a particular topic to see what you have to say even if they're not following you.
As part of our Connected Learning Community program, we are currently in the process of developing a technology vision statement.
We need to ensure the places students frequent are safe which also means ensuring trusted adults are in these environments.
I recently was afforded the opportunity to attend Intel’s 10th Annual Visionary Conference in Washington D.C.
Today’s innovative librarians are shattering stereotypes using technologies to provide engaging and relevant learning spaces for students.
I’m an advocate of using real world tools in school. After all, if we’re not using tools of the world in our classrooms, then what world are we really preparing students for?
It seems like suddenly everyone’s talking about education and that’s great, but once hoopla dies down, how do we keep the conversation going? Answer: Twitter
Here is the first part of my A Z Web Tools A+B Animasher is a site to make animations by using pictures from the gallery or you can use your own pictures too. You can add music, some sound effects,
Twitter provides a terrific way for teachers to get an unlimited stream of feedback from students over a period of time on any subject.
With their mobile devices and apps children, adolescents, and teens can create a very meaningful gift for a loved one.
Following an iPad in Education workshop led by Meg Wilson, I asked an Apple employee to share with me useful materials for follow up.