From Tech Engagement to Tech Scholars

One of the reasons I was very excited to join a community college is because there is a gap in how we think about bringing […]

Instagram/Snapchat Learning Activities

Students are all about their photos today. In the past it was all about Facebook until ‘their parents took it over’. Now their favorite means […]

Exciting New Addition to Amazon Prime

For younger readers and those young at heart, If you Give a Mouse a Cookie has joined the hundreds of exciting videos for those who have Amazon […]

Quizeek SAT Prep App

I was recently made aware of a great app for SAT prep called, Quizeek, by Vedant Apte. Vedant is a high school senior and contacted […]

Why Museums Should Dive Into VR

As a young child, I took this photo, of the Franklin Museum’s Giant Heart, my way of expressing my love for this immersive, interactive experience. […]

Combining Art and Technology Engages Students

To maker-educators Fabrice Florin and Edward Janne, maker ed is not just about the technology: “the real power comes from enabling students to build their […]

Frugal Innovation in Digital Learning

I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting on what makes a good and accessible digital assignment for faculty and teachers who are not comfortable with […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: Girls Gain Coding Superpower with Wonder Woman

As Wonder Woman continues to dominate the big screen, girls all over the world are watching her on computer screens as they learn a 21st […]

IMPACTFUL & MEANINGFUL LEARNING: STRATEGIES IN GAMIFICATION – III

Gamification is a concept that most people can get behind as it’s utility is as apparent as Candy Crush is addictive. It has developed as a novel […]

Impactful & Meaningful Learning: Strategies in Gamification – II

The recent uptick in gamification might have, more than you think, to do with keywords. The ill-defined, yet popular term has come to encompass serious games, […]

Curate, Create and Collaborate with LiveBinders Webinar Info

You can find the slides and LiveBinder that I will be using during the “Create, Curate and Collaborate” webinar at 7pm EDT/6pm EDT. Link to […]

Does Digital Media Have a Place in Hands-On Science Learning Space?

I reached out to Rebecca Bray, the chief of experience development at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., to learn about […]

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