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Program Day One

“No plan survives contact with the enemy.”
-Field Marshall Helmuth Carl Bernard Graf von Moltke, paraphrased n The Swordbearers : Studies in Supreme Command in the First World War (1963) by Correlli Barnett, p. 839 more words


Acting on Feedback

“Feedback is the breakfast of champions.”
-Attributed to Ken Blanchard

Due to the storms that savaged the NSW coastline last week, and the damage that my school incurred, I have not yet begun delivering the program of learning that I have developed for this term. 363 more words


6 Ways Technology is Changing Education for the Better

Technology is disruptive. Education technology is in a whole new league. Breaking down the traditional barriers of the school system, it has led to revolutionary changes in the education sector. 576 more words


VoiceThread (“Write a: Sestina”)

While I imagine using my Animoto as a discussion point toward the end of a lesson (see entry below), I picture my “Write a: Sestina” VoiceThread ( 666 more words

Elementary School

I've moved!

Just to let anyone who has followed me, or accessed my blogs on here know I have a new website where all future blogs – including my one from yesterday ‘Why I want to be a mosquito’ can be acessed. 18 more words


Teaching Coding to Middle Schoolers: Week 6

This week we covered ‘for’ loops and arrays.

Keeping up with Codecademy

I found the first two units were all over the place. Since we were all just getting used to the idea of completing tutorials outside of class and JavaScript in general, I felt a guilty holding them accountable on a deadline, so I laid off. 719 more words


Global Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning…for the World

By Mark Sivy, Ed.D.

UNESCO and UN Women held the global Mobile Learning Week 2015 this past February. The purpose of this annual meeting is to bring together an international group of practitioners, researchers, and other stakeholders for the purpose of promoting mobile technologies as a means to advance education. 550 more words

Mobile Learning