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TGIF Tech-May 20th

Here is the May 20th installment sent to my ES staff at the Shanghai American School. TGIF all, SAS ES Puxi Tech Showcase: Grades pk/k,2,4 are employing and leveraging the power of technology through MacBooks and equitrax printers in the … Continue reading

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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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On Humiliation, Terrorism, Free Markets, and Democracy

This was a post we were assigned to write in response to a quote from one of our texts. The quote and the text are mentioned below. This was for my Trends and Issues course at NSU. I felt this … Continue reading

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Critical Response-Nuclear Energy

For my Trends and Issues class at NSU we were asked to write a critical response to a current event or issue. In the wake of the Japan tsunami and subsequent nuclear disaster, I thought reopening debate about nuclear energy … Continue reading

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Simulations-An Overview

This is an article written for my Trends and Issues course this past semester for my Doctoral program at NSU. We were meant to look at simulations and provide an overview and a definition for them. Here is my piece. … 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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Reflections of a Newbie Apple Distinguished Educator

Just like Ted Cowan, Steve Katz, Madeleine Brookes, Jabiz Raisdana and Colin Gallagher I thought I would sum up my thoughts on the ADE Asia Institute 2011 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. I won’t lie. I was skeptical that the ADE conference was … 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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This I believe

5th Grade is working has been working writing some personal essays. Instead of the normal Print and Publish, 5DZ decided to publish their essays in the format of the NPR radio program “This I Believe.”. The kids produced these in … Continue reading

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