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I have changed a few things that I started doing last year. This is due, to some extent, because of administrative feedback but mainly because the kids are different. In early October 2013, I was busy flipping my class and making videos using Screenflow. I used quick feedback tools like Socrative and [...]Continue Reading →
Well not really back but I have not been publishing as much lately.
When I read about Kaizena I thought I would try it out and try make a screencast as I played around with the service. I quite like it! Basically you allow access to your gDrive then select the document you want to add, [...]Continue Reading →
As I last mentioned I am finishing up on one of my goals for the year to update the blogging guide I have created for students and teachers at my current school. I stumbled upon this on Zite this morning.
Reeder, gReader & Other Popular Feed Reading Apps Partner With Feedly Ahead Of Google [...]Continue Reading →
I have been updating my WordPress guides. One was on how to use gReader to read student created content on our blogging system.
That needed to change!
I changed it to show you could do this with Feedly. A workflow to consider is to read the posts in full view in Feedly, add suggestions annotation [...]Continue Reading →
As I get ready for next year I am looking at the skills my students will need and the different tools I want the student to use.
One issue students have is working with resizing images and creating screenshots. Students will upload images to their blogs that are extremely large not paying attention to the [...]Continue Reading →
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 →
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