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Practice and emergent technology

What is my relation to and thinking about the interplay between current pedagogical practices and emergent communicative and educational technologies?

I am trying to get students to experiment on their own using current technologies. 129 more words


What We’re Reading: 13 Books to Keep Your Learning Alive this Summer

Summertime: it is a time to relax, spend time outdoors, and possibly catch up on those tasks that fell to the wayside during the school year. 945 more words


Welcome to 5th Grade!

This year we’ll be learning in a whole new way. We’ll be flipping our classroom! What this means is that instead of the usual style of lectures in class and practice on your own at home, we will be doing the opposite. 60 more words

Videos in Education

Youtube recently celebrated its 10th birthday, it amazes to think that it is ONLY 10 years old, it’s place in culture, much like the World Wide Web (23 years old), is set that even for people like me, at the age of 28, can barely remember a time before it. 673 more words

Screencasting . . . . . . a great tool

I finished up running an Ed Tech Boot Camp about 10 days ago.  It was a joint venture between Baker College and the Genesee Intermediate School District (GISD).   297 more words

Resource Introduction: TED Ed

What is it?

Nothing short of awesome.  You may have heard of TED Talks, those discussions from intellectual, political, business, artistic leaders about innovation and change.   210 more words


Hacking #iste2015: Tammy is terrific and so are her video flipping tips

One of the first people who welcomed me to ESSDACK 15 years ago was Tammy Worcester. Even back then Tammy was a rock star, publishing books and posting powerful tips on her site – Tammy’s Technology Tips for Teachers. 260 more words