As we continue creating and sharing more and more digital artifacts, we need to take a look at making these artifacts accessible to all viewers. There are some simple things that we can do to help make our Google Docs and Google Slides more viewer friendly and meet some of the ADA standards. This is … Continue reading Easy ADA: Google Docs and Google Slides
What is all this stuff about integrating technology in education and teaching CS at the Pre-K through 12 level? Is this just another thing added onto the already full plate of our teachers? Is this going to be another one of those "latest and greatest" things in education? These are some of the type of … Continue reading K-12 Technology and Computer Science Education
I have had a fascination with maps since I was a child. They are so cool and contain so much information. And they were a challenge to fold back up properly back in the day! Now we have access to a wealth of information represented in the form of digital maps. I have used digital … Continue reading Using Maps in Education
I have had a plethora of individuals asking me about augmented and virtual reality lately, so I thought I would write about what these technologies are and how we are using them now and in the future. The subject of science fiction from not so many years ago is now becoming part of our reality! … Continue reading Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality
Check out this infographic about how an LMS can be used with Competency Based Education. 14-ways-an-LMS-supports-CBE-programs
So the question is... How can you take this information and apply it to your classroom and your students? If you need some help or ideas, contact me.
As we approach the mid-point of the school year you probably have a good grip on the wants and needs of your classroom. The problem may be how do you pay for all those wants and needs? By this time of year budgets for classrooms may already be looking bleak, if not before now. Maybe … Continue reading Creative Funding