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In a World...

A couple of weeks ago, Apps Gone Free offered an app called, “In a World… Drama.”  I downloaded it, and then spent the next hour goofing around with it. 364 more words


8-Bit Philosophy

There aren’t a lot of opportunities in a standard curriculum for students to think philosophically.  Hopefully, teachers still find ways to give them time for such discussions.   149 more words


Scientists have discovered how to make people care about climate change

A woman peers through goggles embedded in a large black helmet. Forest sounds emanate from various corners of the room: a bird chirping here, a breeze whispering there. 2,853 more words

An alternative eLearning Tool: iSpring

I’ve been using iSpring to publish eLearning training courses for the last few months. As a user of Adobe Captivate and TechSmith Camtasia, I was a bit skeptical when my manager first introduced iSpring to me. 443 more words

Tausend Talks Shop

Grade Book (for Android only)

Grade book is an application that only works for Android. I use it to send feedback to students about their course works and exams.

You simply need a Google account and a… 167 more words

Teaching Tools


Evernote is a fantastic application for organizing notes. I use it on a daily basis and it has now fully replaced all my paper notebooks. 186 more words

Research Tools


For my Phun Phriday post this week, I am writing about an augmented reality app called Zookazam.  There are actually 3 downloadable iPhone apps in this series: Zookazam Lite, Zookazam Pro, and Zookazam Zoo Atlanta.   232 more words