Learning About Coding and Programming . . . One Block at a Time with @GoTynker

On todays episode of the TeacherCast Podcast, I welcome educator Dan Rezac from Tynker.com on to discuss STEM Education and how Tynker is offering educators […]

RPP #151: Algebra By Hand - Interview with Michael Eiseman

Interview with Michael Eiseman, Founder of Learn By Hand, LLC. With a masters in Chemical Engineering, Michael was a research scientist for DuPont R&D for […]

Coding or Critical Thinking?

As the Hour of Code again approaches, I ponder the efficacy of encouraging all schools to participate under the banner of coding. To be involved […]

#DearID Episode 38: Building a Quiz with Amazon Alexa and Dr. Dave Fusco

This episode, I’ve got a real treat: a cutting edge tech project from my friend, David Fusco! David’s interested in emerging technologies like the voice […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for some super cool digital resources that can be utilized to […]

10 add-ons to Google Classroom you MUST try

The basic functions of Google Drive and Google Classroom are only the starting point for the innovative and creative uses one can use in the […]

My first Twitter Bot

At the end of January, my fresh new copy of the Free Code Camp newsletter showed up in my inbox, with an invitation I couldn’t […]

Maker-First steps in electronics-knowing WHERE to buy the stuff-Electronics Distributors

. . WHERE to buy the electronics stuff!? I am getting very often asked from persons WHO follow my curation (ideas for makerspaces) and my blog […]

Supply Run: My #1GAM entry for January

I’ve been in a terrible rush these past couple of weeks, splitting my time between more Oppia projects, some side work in instructional design, some […]

17 Edtech Tryouts for 2017

We. Are. Teachers… So, by nature we’re the type to set the goal of being the absolute best we can be for our students. Part […]

Hack ID: Resources for Instructional Designers

Last Dear ID episode, I listed out my 2016 projects. Then, in a flurry of season-end inspiration, I fired off two more. The (final?) revamp […]

How Can Coding Teach My Students … To Be Better Students?

As we look ahead and make our resolutions, we shouldn't forget to look back and see where we just were and build on those skills […]

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