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

Art TEAMS Path to Emerging Media Arts

Our project- Art TEAMS (Supported by the US Dept of Education) focuses on Emerging Media Arts. The methodology we created is focused on a process […]

Learning Analytics, Validity, and Theory

 This week I participated in the inaugural FLAIEC conference. It was a delightful opportunity to talk with various researchers at different levels and years of […]

Notes from CSEdCon

Last week I traveled to CSEdCon 2022. As always Code.Org published State of CSE 2022 showing that despite the pandemic progress has been made in a variety […]

Schools as a Malleable Material

 The Art TEAMS project has an exceptional advisory council. This group of professionals includes Diana Cornejo-Sanchez, Megan Elliott, and Jorge Lucero. This group of thinkers […]

Teaching Fast and Slow Lessons from Art TEAMS Weekend

 This week the Art TEAMS teams got together again to start our Fall activities. We had a joyous day reconnecting and discussing the work we […]

On Listening

  I am about to start my Fall semester. As I plan my interactions with my students, I am challenging myself to examine the practices […]

Thoughts about VR

 My son (18) has the Meta Quest VR headset. This is the fifth VR variation that I have tried on. Before this we had the […]

The Teacher Pipeline and TikTok

This weekend I dove into Teacher TikTok. It was fun and, at times, entertaining. I learned two things that are on the teacher's mind: 1. […]

Voice Assistants

Our spaces our filling with voice assistants, Google, Apple, and Amazon all have created an interface that allows users including young learners to interact without […]

I am still learning

 Our two weeks of intensive summer work have ended. It is early to talk about results but I can reflect on what I have learned. […]

Art TEAMS is off to a Great Start

  This week we finally started our Art TEAMS grant with teachers. The project is developing self-driven creative learners who connect disciplines using arts and emerging […]

Mass shooting at Uvalde elementary school

 I found out about the massacre on a flight to the RESPECt conference in Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love. What is the point of […]

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