I always experience some trepidation when implementing ideas about using technology, as the reality is there are people who do not understand or are not comfortable with using technology. This is not to say that they are disinterested or unwilling
It is coming to that time where the bulbs in the first roll out of interactive whiteboards have begun to dim. Many schools are taking the watery, distorted projection quality as an opportunity to scrap them altogether. I can remember
If you’re one of those teachers who finds that they spend a large amount of time updating, synching, managing apps, transferring photos to be printed and managing all those other fun little side-effects of having iPads, there are some solutions
When searching for a topic for this post, I spoke to pre-service teachers and their biggest concerns were assessment and unit planning tools; below are resources I wish I had known about in my graduate years. Assessment: Socrative is a
You may have seen these on products, posters, TV adds and junk mail. These little beauties were invented for you to “scan” the code and it directly takes you to a website, picture, PDF, any sort of file really. BUT
The Evernote page has undergone a re-vamp, to explain how I use it.