Standardized Testing and Pearson needed to be called out. John Oliver does a brilliant job on Last Week Tonight.
We hope you have seen John Oliver slam standardized testing on Last Week Tonight. If you haven't set aside 18 minutes and watch it right now. #seriously
We had a large Voxer chat about how we thought John Oliver just nailed it with this take. Many of the people were going through the insanity of testing week when this episode premiered. This video needed to be shared wi
Beaverton PE Teachers Explain Twitter In A Short Video
Have you ever been frustrated trying to explain Twitter someone that doesn't have an account? I think that if you share this video of teacher, Christy Wilson, @wilson_physed explaining Twitter to a group of Beaverton PE teachers, it will help get the point across. The candid way in which she explains Twitter without the aid of slides or visuals is outstanding. I hope administrators or technology coaches share this video and see if this
Its here, its here! Well, almost here. For the lucky few who managed to sneak a preorder for the Apple Watch in before Cupertinos initial stock ran out, the long awaited wearable is en route and due for delivery tomorrow, April 24.
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