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Book Review: Sneaky Math: A Graphic Primer with Projects

Sneaky Math: A graphic Primer with Projects is the best math book that I have ever read! It has everything I need to know for my college math courses. 79 more words

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3 Google App Hacks for the not so 1:1 iPad Classroom

I love the collaborative aspect of Google Drive, but with a classroom of varying numbers and age levels of students and 10 iPads I’ve had to learn to be a bit creative when it comes to using Google activities with my students.   476 more words


Education Becoming a Primary Focus of Rosetta Stone

Judy Verses, president of Rosetta Stone Global Enterprise & Education (E&E), recently gave an interview to Forbes about the company’s renewed approach to the education market through acquisitions and a focus on providing better service for that sector. 325 more words

Language Learning

Don't write off your bad student

We all have at least one trouble kid. Secretly, we might wish him out of the class (“maybe his family will move…”). Privately, we might enjoy sending him to the principal’s office (“now I’ll be able to teach!”). 204 more words


Can You Solve This?

There was a link to this lesson in the most recent TED Ed newsletter, and I immediately jumped at the challenge. I’m a bit competitive sometimes;) 113 more words


The App Inventor Book is OUT!

The App Inventor 2 book is out! App Inventor 2: Create you own Android Apps, published by O’Reilly, is now available. The book is authored by Professor David Wolber of the University of San Francisco and appInventor.org (me), App Inventor creator and MIT Professor Hal Abelson along with Ellen Spertus and Liz Looney, two of the Google engineers who helped develop App Inventor (Ellen is also a professor at Mills College). 45 more words


[CSSE-SCÉÉ]CSSE - Conference - SUBMISSION REMINDER - 3 weeks | SCÉÉ - Congrés - RAPPEL À SOUMETTRE - Trois semaines

From this past Wednesday’s inbox…

Dear Colleagues:  The deadline for submissions of proposals for the 2015 CSSE conference is Wednesday, 5 November 2014.  You can find further information at…

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