Why Dim Google Calendar Past Events???

The “New Google Calendar” user interface (UI) offers quite a few helpful updates such as brightness control for past events. You might be thinking, “Why is […]

Changes that are Shaping The Future Of Learning Technology

Original Article posted at 5 Changes Shaping The Future Of Learning Technology – eLearning Industry By Steve Lowenthal What Changes Are Shaping The Future Of […]

Columns that will never be read: Sanitized for Your Protection

I’m old enough to remember the Vietnam War. When I was young I would watch with fascination...

When were you last inspired and how do you achieve this in your classroom?

We all need inspiration. Sometimes it’s the pay packet at the end of the month which motivates us, sometimes it’s job satisfaction, sometimes it’s a […]

Books in Moodle: more than just words and pictures!

If you’re using Moodle for teaching or training, we’d love you to make the most of its collaborative features, engaging students to learn together in […]

Introducing the brand new Millionlights TV android mobile app

We are delighted to introduce our brand new Millionlights TV app which is now available for Android users. We understand the importance of keeping you […]

Worth Sharing: Why I Stopped Writing on My Students’ Papers

A professor decides it’s time to reconceive how he comments on essay assignments. This is GREAT! I have taken to requiring my students to do […]

4 Strategies to Teach Effectively Using Quick Math Questions

After a teacher poses a question to the class, there’s often that silent pause as the students puzzle over the answer. How long should the […]

Paying for Personalized Learning [Schaffhauser]

Paying for Personalized Learning — from thejournal.com by Dian Schaffhauser Excerpt: Just how much does it cost to set up a personalized learning plan for […]

Big History Project

Big History Project: I posted about this site several years ago. It seems to me that an innovative...

Guest Blog: Jane Pollock PhD. The i5 Approach: Using Technology to Teach Thinking

Several weeks ago I approached Jane E. Pollock, PhD, author of the book “The i5...

Six Flaws of Traditional PD

Katya Rucker over at Getting Smart has nice blog entry today about the six issues with current PD...