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First one was Posterous. More on that later.
When Google got rid of gReader I thought of two things. Why did I switch to it a few years back? Why should I think that it won’t happen again if using, Flipboard, Feedly etc? So, even though this is aggregated content from many others, reading my [...]Continue Reading →
I started using a co-hosted server and my own domain six years ago. At that time I used it mainly for my blog. As time went on I used it to trial different web applications but, more and more, this server did not have everything needed to do this. So over the past two weeks I have [...]Continue Reading →
Another one of the CK12.org tools I mentioned.
There is no doubt that if you are looking at differentiation, flipping your classroom or just another classroom resource that this is a great site. BrainGenie offers a number of skill organized exercises. It also has a great tracking system and provides a video tutorial for each skill. Skills [...]Continue Reading →
I have started planning for my grade 6 tech course and one of the assessments I plan on using is a “How To” screencast. I have continued to look at Quicktime Player to see how it could be used in my class to do this. Was timely as my colleagues were having an email conversation [...]Continue Reading →
Hopefully all good things begin by failing.
Took a while but I think I have an idea of how I will move forward with the Flexbook part of my September planning. After creating and archiving a number of Flexbooks and learning more about the tool I will start with the CK-12 Middle School Math Concepts – [...]Continue Reading →
I’ve spent the year trying out flipped instruction with my Math 8 class. As the end of the year gets closer I am getting more comfortable with the direction I will go in next year. I am planning on using four main tools to help me create flipped mastery based units. I think that these [...]Continue Reading →
I am using my iPad a lot more to read about what is happening in my little world of interests. I use Diigo to bookmark with and I was not all that crazy about the workflow that I used to bookmark iPad content. This meant opening the article in Safari and using the [...]Continue Reading →
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