You may have seen some pictures of my Grandson Tyler this past summer. He is now 7 years old and in second grade. He mentioned lately that, after his great summer vacation, his number skills needed a little working on. They were not what they were in June when school closed. Hey, it can happen to anyone!
We chanced upon a provocative piece from The Denver Post’s “Personal Interests” blog the other day. It was written by CEO and Founder of the Human Workplace, Liz Ryan. Click on her photo to the right to read her entire blog commentary from The Denver Post. Here are some excerpts from Ms. Ryan’s blog: “I don’t get it,” says my
As we look ahead to our New Year’s resolutions. we are focusing on the goal of making this next year of 2015 an even better year for both students and teachers. What better way to do it than sharing this fine blog column we found in Mind/Shift™ recently, and authored by Ben Stern: “Five Smart Habits to
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EDITORS’ NOTE: Dr. Patrick Suppes, a man who saw the future of computers in education long before personal computers existed has recently died. [Click here to see attached NYTimes article.] Forty-eight years ago Professor Suppes, a longtime Stanford professor, predicted that millions of school children would have access to the technology now being used in
Editors Note: We chanced upon a very informative website recently that dealt with hashtags and Twitter. Corey Murray, Managing Editor of McMurry/TMG, is a content managing and mobile marketing group member. He does a fine job of laying out some great tips for K12 teachers and educators who use Twitter to follow the “big ideas”
Thanks again to our colleague and guest blogger, Susan Schilling, for her timely blog today. Her question to us all is: “Who’s in charge?” Susan makes the following point: “Yes, many of us may want access to all the newest and most powerful tools, but we don’t want ‘smart’ technologies to start to make decisions for us,