Episode 195 Trends for September 23-October 7, 2021: Instructional Design & Teaching, Online Learning & Teaching, Hardware, and Software

We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included September 9-23, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Instructional Design and […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 8/24/20

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, this week’s resources continue to have the dual focus of providing resources that can help us navigate this […]

KOOV: The STEAM solution that’s turning heads

Sony KOOV for ages 8 and up provides a fun way for students to learn core STEAM concepts. Using standard-correlated educational content, KOOV gets your […]

A Conference Built for System Administrators

When it comes to ed tech, system administrators and tech support professionals are at the center of everything. Frontline educators rely on their school or […]

Laptop Refresh 2017

The last time I made a list of the first updates to a new computer was at the end of 2011. I remembered to jot […]

Assignments in LMS: How to cope with disk space issues

In this article, we’ll talk about managing an LMS when all institutional assignments handed in by students have to be handed in through the LMS, […]

Tech-Savvy Hands-on Review: Wacom Intuos Unboxing

New in the Tech-Savvy Teacher lab are two products from Wacom: The Intuos Pro Paper Edition and the Intuos Draw. We are hard at work […]

Ask a Tech-Savvy Teacher: Help me with dongle-land!

We received this message last week, via our “Ask a Tech-Savvy Teacher” page here on the Tech-Savvy Teacher blog: “Hello Tech-Savvy Teachers, My kids bought […]

What Can Hardware Reveal about Instruction?

Some of the classrooms in America look like they could be launching a rocket any minute. Some look the same as when my great-grandmother taught in […]

My RM 69 Rapid e-Learning Studio!

Welcome to my NEW RM 69 Rapid e-Learning Studio (19 US Dollars) for rapid e-learning content development.  RM 69 When I saw the Gear Datura S2 (RM […]

Microsoft Server 2003's Demise Could Bring Tech Woes for Unprepared Schools

Microsoft is ending support for its Server 2003 operating system, which could pose security and other risks to districts that haven't upgraded.

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