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BGL's Summer Camp on the News in California

This is an old post – we tried to figure out how to embed the video but we’ll just provide the link to the news story  14 more words

Banyan Global Learning

A Visually Impaired Photographer Experiments with the GoPro

As many of you who follow me online know, I am very passionate about photography and the possibilities it presents to us as people with disabilities to tell our own stories and exercise our creativity. 1,319 more words


You Can't Force It

Technology in education is important.  It opens vast avenues of information and creativity that were unthinkable 25 years ago.  My hat goes off to the teacher that embraces new technologies and is able to effectively implement those tools into his or her lesson plan (or even better into her student’s hands) in order to usher those young minds boldly into the 21st Century. 594 more words

Ed Tech

Swoooon Swoony Swoon

Go play here! littleBits are already awesome but they now connect to Lego!

Again, we get no kickbacks from anything unless you buy books we recommend on Amazon, and of course they keep most of that. 8 more words

Simple STEM

This app will help kids cheat on math tests

“Show your work” has long been the math teacher’s mantra. Making students write down each step of a math problem prevents them from merely flipping to the back of their textbook to source the correct answer. 285 more words