Discussion on a recent Edsurge post about the rising edtech revolution. There are questions as to who is going to pay for this revolution and whether there actually is or if there actually can be a revolution in edtech.
A comparison of the major educational blogging platforms.
Discussion on the purchase and implementation of Chromebooks and Google Apps for Education including a list of resources on using these tools in the elementary school.
Description of how we are implementing Genius Hour with the Grade 4 and Grade 6 classes. Includes resources and discussion of the steps we took before and during the start of Genius Hour.
Start.io is a simple tool for creating a one page website to display your links for easy access. It is a great tool to use on classroom computers or in computers for students using teacher collected links.
NPR article discussing whether coding should be a literacy taught in schools along with second languages.
The Best Edtech Podcasts to Help Kickstart Your Professional Learning Network
Rubrics have been around for a long time and, while multiple choice and right or wrong answers are much easier to assess and mark, they are the assessment tool popular with the 21st century crowd. Once created, ...
Information on a number of free resources teachers can use to learn more about using social media personally and professionally. This article lists resources from the HP Catalyst Academy, modernlessons.com, ...