Monthly Archives: October 2011

AppleTV and iPad The New Interactive Classroom?

I picked up an AppleTV this evening after a lot of thinking about how this device can be used instructionally. You see apple has quietly added features to the whole mirroring concept in iOS 5 so that now you can … Continue reading

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The Talented, Tenacious, and Trusting… Teacher

I’ve been thinking about words that begin with “T”… Talent, Tenacity, Trust, Teacher There is a lot to admire about all of these words.  As I reflect on these traits, I realize that they are the very ones I think of most when … Continue reading

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Wordle: The First Infographic

I’ve been thinking about this idea for a while and have used it in a couple of presentations.  Just the idea of making Wordles and then discussing the differences between Wrodles created from two different sources on the same content.

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A Call For Clarity

Steve Jobs has been a model of how to succeed without compromise.  In the article: Vision Without Obstruction: What We Learn From Steve Jobs by Scott Belsky in The 99 Percent, he reflects on Steve’s unyielding focus and points out some … Continue reading

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