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Drones Used For Artistic Purposes

If you're into technology, you've at least heard of the concept of drones and probably one one or two yourself. Drones are typically used for […]

Design a Poweregg Drone

I always look at contests as an opportunity for students to express their creativity and receive recognition for their efforts. PowerVision has design a new […]

McPlay and 3D Coloring Books: What it Means for EDU

McDonalds Toys and coloring books have changed in response to a growing need for children to use technology not only to learn, but also to […]

Pokemon Go: The New Social Revolution

Pokemon Go is the newest edition of the Pokemon phenomena. Instead of being played on a Nintendo DS, it’s a Android or iPhone app. Apple […]

Ireland's First Elementary STEAM Room

Guest Blog Post written by Kevin Foley, Elementary School Principal, @FoleyKev I first came across the STEM concept while visiting my daughter on the Gold […]

Managing Teacher Stress with Coloring

A teacher's day is full of a lot of stress. We're responsible for the well-being of 30 or more students. We have to inspire, guide, […]

How to get into the video game industry - a guide for high school students

Guest post by Cody Childers, game designer and developer of the game Eruption. Hello, my name is Cody Childers, and I make video games.  I […]

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Fotobabble as a Learning Activity

Fotobabble is a free online tool that allows you to upload an image and then record audio that then attaches to the image. It ends […]

How To Use The New Google Forms

Google Forms gets an update. Every time there is an update we wonder what’s new and where to find the old functions we liked. For […]

What Our Body Language Tells Our Students

Have you stopped to think about how students perceive not only what and how we say things in the classroom, but also our body language? […]

Connect Four Spanish Verbs Game with Google Drawings

This game is a connect four game using the Spanish past tense of preterite and imperfect. The game includes irregular verbs and some stem changing […]

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