Innovate

Going Green (Screen)

Going Green (Screen)

If you think incorporating video making in your class is expensive or difficult, think again. There are a variety of tools and resources available to get you started. And no green screen? No problem! If you’re like me, you have your hands full teaching the curriculum,...Read more ›
Makerspaces in Education

Makerspaces in Education

The Makerspace movement has been sweeping through the education world over the last few years.  Many images of these Makerspaces have been populating Pinterest and making appearances at conferences, but does everyone fully understand their purpose? Recently, Jennifer...Read more ›
TLC Ninja: Dale Plotzki and Edpins

TLC Ninja: Dale Plotzki and Edpins

Dale Plotzki shares how he is using Google Maps to connect teachers and classrooms through #edpins. Find Dale online on Twitter at @dale_rickardo. Learn more about Edpins and sign up on his website at www.edpins.orgRead more ›
Three Ways to Start Innovating in Your Classroom Today

Three Ways to Start Innovating in Your Classroom Today

When today’s students grow up, many of them will be doing jobs that don’t exist yet. How do we prepare them for the unknown? By changing the way we teach to help them become independent, flexible thinkers. Below are three ways you can start innovating in your...Read more ›
Focus on 3D Modeling, Not 3D Printing!

Focus on 3D Modeling, Not 3D Printing!

3D printing is awesome. The once empty print bed coated with a thin veneer of hairspray or glue suddenly becomes our imagination physically realized. Over the years, the process of 3D printing has become increasingly affordable for schools, and design programs have...Read more ›
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