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Death by PowerPoint TEMSEA Presentation 2014

TEMSEA Presentation 2014: Death by PowerPoint

     It’s over and man, did I have a good time! I gave my brief but packed presentation at the TEMSEA conference in Memphis, TN. 168 more words

Rethinking, Unlearning and Relearning in Education

I don’t think any teacher will ever argue that all educators strive to put their students’ best interests first. However, what I may consider in their best interest and another teacher may consider in their best interest may differ. 510 more words

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Education recruitment drive aimed at graduates

NEW faculty is supporting a drive to draw in high-achieving graduates to teaching – as nearly 1/2 16-year-olds fail their English and maths GCSEs.

The latest statistics show that forty per cent of all 16-year-olds don’t accomplish a grade C in their GCSE English and maths exams, putt British children so much behind their international peers. 403 more words

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"Code Stars" from Code.org

In our last post, we highlighted Code.org’s on-going research and efforts to promote technology education and computer science in our nation’s schools. In their short film “Code Stars”, which was released in February of 2013, tech moguls and celebrities alike highlight why learning to code is so important for everyone, no matter their age or occupation. 67 more words

Technology Education

Why This Tech or Strategy & Why Should You Care?

Now that I’ve given you access to the 6 app accounts I created for my ISTE 2014 poster session and before I post more information about those apps, let’s start with  the… 118 more words

ISTE 2014

This will be my 1st time at ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and I’m presenting at a poster session on June 29th! 12 more words

Technology for the Elderly

In the past, I have taught classes like, “Internet Shopping for Senior Citizens,” and “Microsoft Word for Adults”. Sometimes adult and elderly students are the most difficult technology students! 41 more words