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My View of EdTech

I have heard, many times, that technology cannot replace a good teacher. I agree 100,000,000%. BUT I think that technology, used in the right way, can make a good teacher better AND it can make their job easier and more efficient. 302 more words


What Famous Work of Art Could You Be In?

By now you have probably been seeing pictures (or making them yourself) from the Google Arts & Culture App (Google Play Store or Apple iTunes Store… 311 more words


Implementing VR #3: At a Hutterite Colony!

Classes in our school division have had access to Virtual Reality for 3 school weeks now.  Cathy and I , our PRSD8 Instructional Coaches, have done lots of learning and discovery as we have transported the VR viewers and run VR in seven of our schools so far, and we will be visiting another two schools new to VR this week.  367 more words

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Are You Feeling Lucky? Google Search

On my last post, we discussed the awesomeness of the Google Doodle.

But, don’t ignore the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button that you may have never used before. 247 more words


FSU College of Education among the nation's top online graduate programs in Education

The Florida State University College of Education’s online graduate program continues to rank among the best in the nation at No. 13. The college offers online programs in curriculum and instruction, educational leadership/administration, instructional systems and learning technologies, and learning and cognition. 118 more words

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Tech Integration: How to Effectively Enhance and Transform Learning

As a Technology Integration Specialist, it is my job to assist teachers in the planning and implementation of technology integration.  More often than not, teachers come to me with a cool tech tool they saw and ask if I can help them use it in the classroom.  483 more words

Fluco Toolbox: Right Inbox for Gmail

Welcome to Fluco Toolbox, a series of posts that showcases potential edtech tools for the Fluvanna County classroom. Each post will discuss the tool, the type of problems it can help solve, and how it can be used in the classroom. 906 more words