Note: This is a repost from James Kapptie’s blog, Our Children are Callinghttps://ourchildrenarecalling.blogspot.com/2020/05/technology-parents-teachers-and.html Once a cowboy, always a cowboy! This was a great opportunity to have a conversation with Dr. Dousay about the state of technology that has become more
RE—Zimmerman’s Video killed the teaching star: Remote learning and the death of charisma Author note: this entry was originally shared in a Facebook discussion. It has been reproduced here, largely unedited. Articles like this make furious and want to scream.
It’s no secret that I love science. I wouldn’t have the job I have or love it as much as I do if I didn’t. But I took my teacher licensure tests more than 20 years, and they were in Agricultural Science. When the opportunity to both serve and learn by being on an ETS National Advisory Committee (NAC) emerged, I had to take advantage of it.
Researchers from the University of Wyoming are requesting your participation in a study that deals with cloud/web-based technology use with children under the age of 13. As part of the study, the researchers have developed a survey and training module
Google for Education announced yesterday that the former Google Certified Teacher program is now called Google for Education Certified Innovators. With this name change comes a complete overhaul of the training and certifications available to educators. Perhaps most telling in the announcement
Life is full of firsts. We celebrate when children speak their first words and take their first steps. The first day of school, regardless of grade level is always a big day. The first time you drive is a (cultural) rite of
I strongly believe in the power of application. When we can connect theory to practice, the possibilities are endless. Coming from an Agricultural Education background, the concept of “making” seems naturally inherent when I look at the education landscape. So,
According to my oldest pin on Pinterest, I’ve been part of the social phenomenon for about 30 weeks. As I was walking through downtown Athens this weekend, I overheard a conversation where a woman said to her niece that she
Even as a learning technologist, I sometimes find that there are some really cool applications out there that have untold uses and possibilities. Today’s gadget was built using Modest Maps. This specific example runs through the explosion that was Wal*Mart