Pokemon Go. I know, I know. It’s the most searched term on Google. It’s the game taking over phones. But it is also getting people outside, looking at their communities, talking to other people IN REAL LIFE. Naturally, teachers might want to leverage this highly engaging game for their classrooms. How?Read more
Winter break is a time to recharge and refresh before coming back in January. So many people I know also use that time to explore those 87 tech tools they’ve been meaning to look at all semester and develop a plan for what to do when they come back to school.
That’s what this post is all about. It’s the 3 tech tools that you need to explore if you are going to dive in. (I have a friend who swears everything must come in 3’s, so here you go.)Read more
Google Docs is a great collaborative tool for classroom use. However, math teachers sometimes feel left out. It’s always been difficult for students and teachers to “write” math equations, problems, etc in Docs. Have no fear, there is now an Add-on called g(Math) for Google Docs. It allows you to create graphs and complex math in a Google Doc.Read more
Run Windows 10 on a Raspberry Pi 2 with the Windows IoT Core Starter Kit. Everything you need including an SD card preloaded with Windows 10 IoT Core and the tools you need (both hardware and software) to start on some projects.Read more