SONIC Drive-In has announced once again their project, Limeades for Learning, which is a philanthropic initiative in partnership with DonorsChoose.org
The danger is that we'll turn our computers to testing machines rather than authentic ways to engage in learning and content creation.
Changing a school into a PBL friendly culture means letting go of a lot of conventional school beliefs and norms and deliberately fostering new ways of thinking about school.
Here are some great features I've already discovered that add a even more functionality to Evernote.
How can teachers use digital and media to support academic achievement in all subjects and content areas?
Knowmia is a website and an iPad app that allows teachers to create, share, and view instructional videos for students.
PlayScience II is an interesting iPad app that covers all essential topics in Grade 2 Science, such as Plants, Animals, Earth, Weather & Sky, Matter and Motion & Energy.
One of the hottest topics in educational leadership right now is teacher evaluations and observations.
Brickflow is an interesting, new tool that allows users to turn social media content into slideshows, and is now available for free trials.
ClassDojo’s ‘Class Sharing’ feature delivers on teachers’ most requested update: collaboration with other teachers across classrooms.
Our decisions now will determine whether education is something we do to our students or whether education is something into which we actively engage them
One of the greatest battles I fought as an English teacher was the in-authenticity of my students’ writing.
Tomorrow afternoon, I will again journey into the North Carolina mountains in order to participate in a 5-Day Insight meditation retreat entitled "Mindfulness: The Path to Freedom."
I think I have found an excellent calendar app that meets all my needs: it is Calendars or Calendars+ by Readdle.
This past spring, I started using an eNewsletter service called MailChimp to send my Weekly Parent Email Update.
Each of these books forced me to examine and challenge fundamental assumptions I had about teaching, technology, leadership and education.
ASCD is offering what they call “high-impact, in-depth professional development resources” at no cost.
It is possible though, to change how the Chrome TweetDeck app behaves so that it functions more like a separate Windows application.
It’s as if someone out there has drawn the conclusion that I do not make decisions based on data, so I am in need of more training in this area.