Guy's EDU Blog

This blog focuses on ways that art, technology, and literacy can interact in all educational settings. The goal of my central approach TechEDGE is to create a generation of teachers who are effective and confident using new technologies to prepare the students of Nebraska to participate and lead in tomorrow’s global society. Our weekly video podcast about iPads in K-12 classrooms is available on iTunes U and on YouTube.

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Posts by Guy's EDU Blog

Ten Ways to Use Pokemon Go in your Classroom this year

You may or may not be a Pokemon player. Either way as Pokemon Go fever sweeps the world it can serve us well to understand […]

The Three (Plus) Collaboration Apps I Use Every Day

1. Google Drive There is nothing like it! No one has figured out how to enable real-time digital collaboration like Google did. At the composing and […]

The Power of Gaming- Pokemon Go

There is an ebb and flow in the attitudes and buzz around gaming in education. This week, with the release of Pokemon Go, I saw, […]

Writing Tech into Grants? You must read this first!

In the last week, I have been on a panel for a federal grant. I cannot and will not reveal details but I do want […]

Are We Ready for Cyborg Ed?

Knee Replacement Vimeo  I have been recovering from ACL surgery in the last two weeks. As I move (with difficulty) about, many passers-by notice my condition […]

It's Time to Decide What's Next in Ed

Stanley Howe CC License Over the last decade, education has developed a dual personality. One is the high stakes assessment driven culture that focuses on a […]

Notes from the Field- Technology Literacy and Art- Monique's Story

Monique and I go back a long time. She is one of my favorite teachers and one of the most thoughtful educators I have had […]

What Girl Volleyball taught Me about EdTech

I am visiting my mother in Israel for a few days. Sitting around the table were some family and friends that came to say hi. […]

3 Reasons Scaling Up Open Educational Resources Should be the Next Step

Open Educational Resources (OER) have been with us for over 20 years. The world wide web revolution made them accessible to anyone with an internet connection. […]

An Open Letter from a Teacher Educator to EduTech Companies

I am a teacher educator. I work with pre-service teachers every day. I am also an EdTech expert leading professional development and research in this […]

Are Devices Eating your Students Brains?

Children's Games, 1560, Pieter Bruegel the Elder Kristen Bailey recently shared this article:Screentime Is Making Kids Moody, Crazy, and Lazy. Penned by Victoria Dunckley for Psychology Today […]

Four Reasons All Teacher Educators need to visit Neligh NE

Last week I traveled to Neligh NE to work with a group of early childhhod educators. It was a long drive made longer by road […]

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