Tips for Integrating Smartphones into Lesson Plans

Let’s face it: Teaching changed significantly in 2020 thanks to COVID-19. And it may be a while before things get back to normal. Now, as […]

Blue Light and Your Skin

Recently, I have noticed that some of my favorite skincare brands are coming out with products that protect against blue light. Therefore, I began to […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 3/30/20

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: Tips on how to increase your personal resilience during a crisis Ideas on how to reduce […]

I Love My Cell Phone!

There’s been a little bit of a backlash lately against people being “glued to their cell phones.” People are saying that we spend too much […]

Are you a cell phone addict?

? Are you a cell phone addict? ? “With the development of technologies and a wide variety of the latest mobile devices available in stores, the new […]

Why You Should Start Your Day at 9PM

We’ve all done it. You set the alarm for 6:00 AM with grand aspirations to get up and workout like a Navy Seal before eating […]

Protecting Students in the Age of the Cell Phone by @hejames1008

When I left the teaching profession, cell phone technology was in its infancy.  Many of them were still clamshell-shaped and few could connect to the […]

007 – Mobile in the Classroom

In Episode 7 of the EdTechTV Podcast we discuss Mobile in the Classroom and reflectling on who your students are as individuals. Giveaway! To celebrate […]

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