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Making Education Human

I don’t believe it’s wrong to say that still way too much of what goes on in schools is dehumanising, disrespectful and too redolent of the factory processing models of the past. 337 more words


Teaching with Technology

One of my favorite teacher bloggers, Mr. Coward, is one of my mentors, even if he doesn’t know it.  I’ve been following his blog since my second year of teaching, which was my first year teaching middle school.  529 more words


Digital Coupons Compromising Brand Loyalty?

Mobile marketing is hitting its stride this year.  No longer do you have to even print out Groupons, Living Social or Bloomspot deals, just walk up to the counter and show them your voucher on your smart phone.  148 more words

Internet Marketing

Mobile Advertising That Helps Vendors Leverage Themselves at the Point of Purchase Moment

I believe mobile technology is indeed affecting the way retailers reach their target demographics.  As smart phones get more sophisticated, it’s really all about figuring out ways to leverage an app better than the competition.    296 more words

Internet Marketing

Mobile Advertising May Soon Be a Thing of the Past

I’m feeling all opinionated due to this week’s Mobile Advertising class discussion.   We were asked to evaluate Crisp Wireless, a technology that integrates advertising throughout mobile device apps.  143 more words

Internet Marketing

NAIS–School Change Hitting the Pavement

Today, arvind grover and I presented at the NAIS Speed Innovation Sessions. Our presentation concentrated on publication, collaboration, and productivity.  The slides are below.  Comments/Questions appreciated. 16 more words

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