Are you a “Flipper”? - Tech Learning



Which Hat Are You Wearing?

Tip: Are you a trainer, a mentor, or a coach? Here's how to tell: A trainer: May be an expert on a particular subject or strategy. Presents workshop, lecture, demonstration and/or hands-on practice sessions. Rarely works one-on-one but could work in small focused groups. Can be an "edutainer" - someone who

Twitter Where You Are

Record images and more for those who follow what you're up to. Building upon Twitter comes Twittergram, the presence stream web site, that allows you to associate recorded messages and images along with your Twitter posts. Normally with Twitter you can type in a post indicating what you are up to. For example let's

Are you Smarter than a Fifth Grader?

Tip: All the answers on Are you Smarter than a Fifth Grader? are facts that may or may not be very important for you to remember. The kids learn them as part of the curriculum, but they are facts, information. Adults did learn most of these facts long ago. Now they know that if they need this information, "Where You Are NOT Alone!"

Name: “Where You Are NOT Alone!” Brief Description of the Site: Everyone has heard of the Columbine shootings, but how many have heard of the Taber, Alberta shootings just a week later? In both incidents the shooters had been the victims of consistent peer-bullying. Although Taber resulted in

You Are the Historian: Investigating the First Thanksgiving

Name: You Are the Historian: Investigating the First Thanksgiving Brief Description of the Site: What does it mean to be an historian and how does one organize an historical investigation? "You Are the Historian: Investigating the First Thanksgiving," developed by Plimoth Plantation (administered by the Institute

Do You Know Where Your Keys Are?

We had a break-in recently and lost several pieces of expensive equipment. Imagine my surprise when I was told a key had been used to enter the classroom! What can we do to better secure our site? With classrooms housing more and more equipment, security is an increasingly important issue; however, you'd be