One of the current buzz words in the world of educational technology is "personalized learning" I've used it often and while it's been used prior to the influx of technology in schools, the internet is making it more of a
With the opening of baseball season just around the corner I was thinking back to one of my favorite shows as a child, Inside Baseball. As much as I loved to watch the games themselves, I was fascinated by the
Dean Kamen founded FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), an international robotics competition that attracted more than 137,000 children from 42 countries as contestants in 2009.
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I'm at Educon. If you're not familiar with Educon, it's a conference conversation hosted by Chris Lehmann and the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, PA. I was fortunate to be able to spend Thursday and Friday hanging around the
cc licensed flickr photo shared by dkuropatwa The average teacher involved in the busyness of "the daily grind" of teaching and learning likely isn't spending too much time thinking about how the current status of the
Mythbusters is just a plain cool show. Sure they often blow stuff up and pursue the ridiculous but beyond any of that the hook for me is they are truly curious, interested learners who document every step and give you