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Handwriting in the Technological Age

In the New York Times article What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades dated June 2, (accessible here) author Maria Konnikova explores the implications of and the research behind teaching and learning handwriting (both print and cursive) in the digital age. 244 more words

Technology Curriculum

How Should Keyboarding Be Taught in Elementary Schools?

In this recent article for Ed Tech magazine, I share our district’s process for bringing keyboarding back into the K-5 setting.

Yes, this was prompted by the upcoming computerized tests next year. 100 more words

Teaching

Homeschool 101: Planning

Now we are getting down to the nitty-gritty as they say.  It’s time to really talk about how to schedule.  *****WARNING:  FOLLOWING CONTENT MAY NOT BE APPROPRIATE FOR ALL HOMESCHOOLS!****** 1,720 more words

One House One School

What's Lost as Handwriting Fades

A recent article in the New York Times discusses the importance of teaching handwriting in elementary schools and its role in the the learning process overall.  66 more words

What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades

My-wife-the-shrink has always maintained that journaling and other handwritten work sticks with us longer, and accesses more memories and deeper thoughts than working on a keyboard.   233 more words

Family

Resources for Teaching Tech 101

Per usual, participants in my training on Teaching Your Students Technology 101 did a lot of great networking, sharing resources and insights that have really helped them in their work. 192 more words

GED Test Instructors