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On Faith

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Faith is hard. LOL & also UGH… Harvesting the fruits of faith is difficult even though they are among the sweetest of things. Faith, in one estimation, is the belief that something WILL happen without having absolute PROOF that it will. Faith means … 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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Making it Legit: Rubrics In netSchool (Moodle)

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As educators we may teach various and sundry disciplines, one thing we all have in common, however, is that there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything we want done.  Saving time without sacrificing your focus on student … Continue reading

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Making it Legit: It’s time for a timeline post

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Timelines aren’t simply for history class.  In any lesson where change occurs in a somewhat organized sequence of events, a timeline can be implemented to make the student’s thinking incarnate/visible. For example, in English Language Arts teachers can use timelines … Continue reading

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TouchCast App – I Want To Go To There

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The Intro *Update-Looks like my links will only open in Chrome or Safari for the time being.  Just download the dang app and you won’t have to worry about this.* Let me get to the point with this so called … Continue reading

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