The Power of Education Technology

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iPad Ideas for Sept 24th, 2012

Getting your contacts into the Mail App - The built in Mail App on the iPad doesn't automatically fill in contact addresses. You can fix that […]

Books For Boys: Book Reviews by Boys for Boys

As many of you know, I work in a boys school and we often struggle to keep our boys reading for pleasure. The Reading Zone by Nancy […]

Google Apps for Ed New England Summit

I am looking forward to attending and presenting at the Google Apps for Education New England Summit being held at Burlington High School in Burlington, […]

iPad Ideas for October 17th, 2012

1. Handwriting Recognition - WritePad really works! I have been on the lookout for a good iPad App that will turn handwriting to text and this one really […]

Technology is NOT just a tool...

I just attended a (fabulous) conference where the Key Note speaker made the point that technology is just a tool. Now believe it or not, […]

Love Love Love my new Chromebook!!

In addition to piloting iPads this year, we are also looking at the new Samsung Chromebook. For only $249 you can access your Google Drive […]

The Silent History - It's an App - It's a Book - It's Awesome

Field Report Locations The Silent History is "a new kind of novel." The App itself is free, but then you have to pay for the […]

Two Interactive iPad Apps that Work!

I recently learned about two iPad Apps that allow you to get immediate feedback from your classes. They both work really really well. Nearpod puts […]

Teachers Unplugged - An unconference inside a conference

For the first time ever, NAIS is offering two unconference sessions within their regular program called Teachers Unplugged. At these sessions attendees are going to […]

Putting the iPad in front of the horse...

Putting the iPad in front of the horse...

I know it is a mixed metaphor, but rolling out iPads this year has been a mixed experience. In some cases it has transformed learning, […]

Schools today should be... Preparing students to interact in a global economy.  In order to prepare students to work with an international community of colleagues we need to […]

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