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EdTech Veteran: An Early Adopter Reluctant to Commit to Google Classroom

Programming the VCR

It’s tough to say, but I’m middle-aged now. When we are young, we are always the ones to master technology in the family. 959 more words


Using Discussion Boards in a Hybrid Class

In the hybrid classes that I teach, how and when  to use the discussion board is something that I wrestle with each semester. The discussion board can be an excellent forum for discussion and exploration of historical topics, or it can be an unpopular dead zone.  802 more words


Home, Suite Home

or Why Teachers and Students Should Use the Basic Software Suite in the Classroom

The basic software suite consists of word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software. 1,150 more words

Word Processing

Winter Hymns project is being rebooted today...

I realized that I wasn’t approaching my epic fantasy novel debut, Winter Hymns, from a lucid enough or honest enough perspective and have decided to start over. 332 more words


Last night my computer crashed. I didn’t have anything uber important to say but was lost when I couldn’t say anything.  Thank goodness I have the boy who restored it to the day I brought it home. 390 more words


Evernote and Google Docs - #TechTuesday

This week, Mike and I decided to have a little showdown with Evernote and Google Docs. Both are productivity tools that also allow you to collaborate with others on projects or simply keep your thoughts and recipes organized. 617 more words