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Year 9 History Teacher?...relax, your planning for next year is done

Kinda’ an excuse to post something (which with my current project has been hard to do), and kinda’ trying to spread the word to History, and all, teachers out there, but as the school year comes to a close teachers are gearing into planning for next year mode. 146 more words


Why Open Source? 6 Reasons + 1.

We are at a tipping point in education and it is exciting to be on the leading edge of great change! The change that is coming is in what materials we use to teach – how students access information.   1,038 more words

Happy Accidents and Turtle Steps

A Guest Blog by: Liz Bennett

Overwhelming—that’s what most teachers say when new technology comes their way. It’s as if the to-do list—the ever-growing monster of responsibilities and obligations—has quadrupled in mass. 1,068 more words

iTunes U updated w/ iPad Pro support, grade book improvements, more

Apple today, just a short while after updating iMovie, has pushed an update to its iTunes U app on iOS. The update bumps the app to version 3.1 and includes a handful of new features, enhancements, and under-the-hood fixes.  217 more words


The Key(note) to Coding

I am a huge fan of Keynote, both on iOS and OS X devices. I love the versatility in this tool. I enjoy using Keynote to demonstrate how this application goes way beyond a tool for presentations. 398 more words


Data Handling in Grade 9 is a section of work that has many small sections of work that range from measures of central tendency to analyzing graphs. 405 more words



I had the opportunity to share the work of the TASA on iTunes U Project with members of the Texas Association of School Administrators and Texas Association of School Boards at the… 279 more words