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TGIF Tech-May 6th, 2011

TGIF all, This week is a bit more utilitarian and hopefully some of these tools and ideas will help your productivity and discover new media to infuse into your teaching. Video Conversion I have had a lot of teachers ask … Continue reading

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TGIF Tech-April 29th

In case you have just come off a deserted island or emerged from a cave that did not have wifi, you might have heard about the Royal Wedding so I thought I would start with a couple ways to keep … Continue reading

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Shanghai Goes Wild

The Shanghai Goes Wild project is well underway with many classes starting to finish their drawings and starting to draw their partners drawings. This is always an exciting time for me with this project as you start to see the … Continue reading

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TGIF Tech April 15th

TGIF everyone Digital/Media Literacy: I am about to kick off a Digital/Media Literacy Lesson with 5th grade so I thought I would include links to the resources we will be using. Hopefully you can get some use from them. Here … Continue reading

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TGIF Tech April 10th

I thought I would take a different tack this week and focus on tech items that are happening here in the ES or resources I have come across that have been shared by other teachers on campus. Other than Date … Continue reading

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TGIF Tech Returns April 1st

TGIF All, I can’t speak for all of you, but my week has flown by. Best of all, we get back from one vacation and turn around and have another. Teaching is a fine profession indeed. I thought I would … Continue reading

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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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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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Apple Distinguished Educator 2011-Bali

Apple Asia is once again putting on their Apple Distinguished Educator conference in 2011. This year the even will be in Bali (reason enough to apply). As part of the application each person is to submit the Apple applications consisting … Continue reading

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