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Coding in Logo

We have recently introduced a new eBook to help students with coding using turtle graphics. Using the popular Logo program is still a great way to introduce students to coding. 104 more words

Computer Science

Reading the Codex Mendoza

As we built our AP® Art History Teaching Resources over the last three years, we found ourselves fascinated by some of the newly required content. Over the next year, we will offer periodic webinars on some of these works of art and architecture; the first one will be on the Colonial Americas. 433 more words

Humanities & Social Sciences

The Massachusetts Senate Puts “Kids First”

Children will be getting new attention from the Massachusetts Senate. Last week, the Senate announced that it’s launching a new initiative called Kids First that will work to improve the lives of the commonwealth’s children. 529 more words

MA Legislature

I <3 My Readers!

Looking for ways to build on the anticipation and excitement your students have for Valentine’s Day?  Here are some of the activities I’ve recommended in past years. 396 more words


A work in progress:my Doctoral dissertation proposal

I am currently working on version 3 of my doctoral dissertation proposal. I expect (and hope) that I will be soon submitting  version 4 after the third committee member gives me his feedback. 415 more words



Thanks to my unquenchable Kickstarter addiction, we have a new addition to our classroom called, “Bloxels.”  Bloxels will look familiar to those of you who have used the free Pixel Press “Floors” app on your iPads.   422 more words


Flocabulary: Engage Your Students Like Never Before

In my role as an instructional coach and technology integrationist, I spend a lot of time in many of the classrooms in my school district. 275 more words