Monthly Archives: February 2011

Book Review-Mindset! by John Naisbitt

Below is my review of Naisbitt’s Mindset! It is a good book for someone just getting into trend analysis or dabbling in the world of futuring. John Naisbitt’s Mindset! joins the ranks of other futuring “self help” books by authors … Continue reading

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Trend analysis-assingment #1

I have started my doctorate through Nova Southeastern University in a dual concentration program. My concentrations are Organizational Leadership and Instructional Technology and Distance Education. I am still trying to decide between the Organizational Leadership or a concentration in Educational … Continue reading

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Story Telling and Basic Programming Skills

This week I have been making rounds to my 5th grade classes getting them ready for their reading olympics (RO). Part of the RO is that kids are given tons of options on how to report out on their books. … Continue reading

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Shanghai Goes Wild

It is that time of the year when Shanghai Goes Wild (SGW). This is the collaborative, hopefully international, online descriptive writing and digital arts project I started last year for lower ES students. It is based off a similar project … Continue reading

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TGIF-Tech 2/11/11

A few sites for you to “tech out” over the weekend. These sites/descriptions can be found at Tek Tok Some instructional links for your viewing pleasure: Being Valentines Day is around the corner here are some sites you will Heart (get … Continue reading

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