Ah, Flipboard. So much information to read. So many topics to explore. Flipping through beautiful magazines, you’re thinking, “I could never do that.” Well, wrong. With all the tools Flipboard provides, even beginners don’t have to look like newbies.
A free programming language and online community designed by a team at MIT for kids ages 8 to 16, Scratch lets users design and share interactive stories, games, and animations while learning problem solving and collaboration skills.
May 7, 2015 For folks in higher education, the popular EdTech Magazine has this list of some wonderful blogs that made it into last year’s must read higher-Ed IT blogs. The list contains 50 blogs all...
Ithaca College Library has produced a short tutorial, Evaluating Resources, in which the ACCORD checklist is introduced (that's Agenda, Credentials, Citations, Oversight, Relevance, Date) and then you are asked to evaluate a few resources (on the...
Your classroom probably has a bulletin board. It’s the perfect spot to organize information and show off great work. Increasingly, learning is happening online, and so it’s no surprise that the bulletin board has moved online.
I’ve spent this weekend, and the entire school year, updating my various class blogs. So far, I’ve shared about my ones for World History and for IB Theory of Knowledge. I’ve now almost completed updated my U.S.
As social media has evolved it has crept into academic work. I've even given research assignments in which I've asked my students to seek out and cite quotes from people on Twitter. More and more I'm asked, "how do I cite a Tweet?
April 28, 2015 Looking for some interesting free documentaries to use in your class or probably use for your own professional and intellectual growth? This list from Open Culture has you covered. It...
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