You will enjoy this amazing interactive journey in math.
The winter of 2014 /15 is proving to bring some weather that has definitely affected school calendars across the country.
The number one education App was selected by multitudes of students, and those who had ever been students.
It all started on a recent visit I had the pleasure of taking to the North Pole. It was actually a once in a lifetime experience, one that I will always remember.
As teacher begin to consider the blended experience I suggest they begin with one simple effort or lesson, and make sure that they focus on the learning target and not just the technology.
In this post I wish to explore some of those tools that allow teachers to take short temperature reads while involving students in their learning.
Here you can learn about innovative learning schools, some inspirational success stories, and grant opportunities that will allow you to innovate
The winter of 2014 was one that included lots of snow in the Midwest, and with the snow… lots of school snow days.
In this post I will attempt to help you reflect on how Google Classroom could compliment what you are already using.
There, still written with chalk that had the smell of fresh dust, were the words “A Message from an Analog Native.”
The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that can plug into your TV and an existing keyboard.
In this post, I invite you to look for that one Maker Possibility that will allow your students to make as they learn, while incorporating some sort of technology.
I invite you to look for that one Maker Possibility that will allow your students to make while they learn.
Take a moment to contemplate what it would be like if every school had a Maker Space and it was part of the school curriculum.
You really didn’t think I would stop at 40 sites… especially when I can make it one half of a hundred!