Tag Archives: edtech

Screen-casting from iPad or iPhone

My 3rd grade son, Charlie, found a way to screen-cast on iOS devices.  This is what he showed me.  Follow instructions at your own risk.  Not advocating these actions.  Just impressed that he figured this out on his own.  He … Continue reading

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Disconnecting Student’s Work From Their Dreams

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Those who share power, weaken themselves, but those who share wisdom strengthen each other – Niccolo Machiavelli I came across a great article this morning and, later, a tweet from Mr. Voyles, a teacher on my wife’s elementary campus, that … Continue reading

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I heart my #PLN -OR- If Twitter were a woman I would court her.

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I consider myself a connected educator. However, I’m still blown away by what that means in today’s world. Earlier today, in Texas I GHO’ed with a cool lady in Tennessee and Voxered with a cool principal in Minnesota.  Then, I … Continue reading

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Making It Legit: Twidla

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Prologue So, because I can’t sleep…I’m blogging. My middle kid…sigh…will be going to kindergarten tomorrow and I’m super happy about it even though it means I’m that much closer to death. Regular-logue My new peeps (that should be followed on … Continue reading

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Making It Pop! App Smashing Aurasma + Sphere

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The Greatness of #CatBread After our TCEA presentation in Austin, back in February, we received a few requests for tutorials one how to make Aurasma perform certain actions.  One of the more popular ones was making a “Sphere” pop out … Continue reading

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#LessonCrashers: Packaging Matters

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Packaging Matters It isn’t important what your product is, if you can’t sell it.  Explosive dogs don’t get loved very often (look above if you don’t get it… it’s a poor translation of “Bomb Sniffing Dog” into English). Take two … Continue reading

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Making It Legit: Instant Student Feedback Using Google Script

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Cue Movie Voice-Over Guy: Imagine a world where student work can be graded and immediately sent to their email in-box.  In the future, students will have feedback on everything from presentations to Socratic discussions to “exit slips” waiting for them … Continue reading

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