10 iPad apps for Humanities classrooms

Whilst there are some awesome apps and websites to support generic teaching and learning activities across the curriculum and age bands, there are also lots […]

Lemonade Stands and Lotus Notes

Back in the early days of FLVS, we all used to wear many hats. I was a course developer, teacher, district community liaison, legislative educator. […]

The new Titanic VR experience arrives and it’s stunning

Digital Bodies: The new Titanic VR Experience has arrived and it is both haunting and beautiful. Initially funded through Kickstarter, it is “an interactive exploration […]

Luxembourg and Cyber-Security: HOW did it START?

.   . Luxembourg and Cyber-Security: HOW did it START? . Luxembourg, a tiny country with ONLY 590.667 inhabitants (January 2017) in the heart of […]

Celebrating Diversity and Peace This Thanksgiving

“Thanksgiving, after all, is a word of action.” – W.J. Cameron More than ever our students need to see meaningful examples of how the U.S. […]

Class 12 History – Ten Most Important Questions

In this article we will provide you ten important History questions, which will help you in your class 12 board exams and other entrance exams. Class […]

For a long, successful career, LinkedIn says nothing beats a liberal arts major [Kopf & Wang]

For a long, successful career, LinkedIn says nothing beats a liberal arts major — from qz.com by Dan Kopf and Amy Wang Excerpt: “There is […]

Visualizing The Effects Of A Nuclear War

Source: Shadow Peace Coming off a summer of the investigation into Russia’s involvement in the election, the riots and deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and […]

FLVS in the Days of Dial-Up Internet

It was August of 2000. As my friends who taught in a brick-and-mortar classroom got up at 6 a.m. to face their first day, I […]

Share your memorable moments about world’s most popular Open source LMS – Moodle on 15th birthday celebrations #moodleparty

World’s most popular open source LMS – Moodle is turning 15 on the upcoming Sunday, 20th August 2017. The wonderful journey started back on 20th […]

If You Build It, They Will Come

It was late 1997. A group of six teachers and four support personnel had spent five months learning about teaching online from any source we […]

Social Studies, Advertising, And Persuasion: Student Travel Magazines Sell Tourism

ASIDE 2017 Over ten years ago, we heard a presentation entitled “Ban the Bird Units” by librarian and educator David V. Loertscher. Essentially, it encouraged […]

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