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Inundated by Privacy Policies?

Inundated by Privacy Policies?

Has your inbox been inundated with privacy policies and statements of disclosure for the software or websites you use?  If so, you are not alone.  Recent changes to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has triggered a flood of companies to make sure they are...Read more ›
Design with Students in Mind

Design with Students in Mind

If we were to sit in one of the 26 desks in our classroom, what would we see?  What would our day be like as we moved through the school, from class to class at the sound of the bell 6, maybe 7, times a day?  The halls of our buildings have many stories within them....Read more ›
AR and VR: Hype or Real Engagement?

AR and VR: Hype or Real Engagement?

I am completely fascinated by augmented reality and virtual reality. I mean it is freaking COOL! Of course, cool doesn’t always mean it’s the best tool to use in the classroom. Sometimes a tool is just flashy new gadget, without any real payoff for student engagement...Read more ›
Summertime PD

Summertime PD

Ah, summer! That time of year when educators say we are going to take a break but in actuality, we continue to think about school. We might be at the pool, visiting family, or on vacation, but we still have our teacher hat on. And as such, we are gathering ideas and...Read more ›
Your Inside Google Scoop

Your Inside Google Scoop

If you are a Google Certified Innovator or Trainer you probably have been bursting at the seams with some serious news! Google is rolling out some amazing updates this coming Fall, and it’s time to share that inside scoop.  So what is next for educators who use...Read more ›
Learning like Fortnite

Learning like Fortnite

A student is sitting at his desk, face down in his lap, eyes engaged in something on his phone screen. No, he’s likely not texting. He’s probably playing Fortnite, the most popular game of its kind, a third-person cooperative, base-defense game. He’s completely tuned...Read more ›