Posts filed under ‘Conference Reports’
What’s the real point of technology in the classroom? It’s far bigger than I thought before attending ISTE.
… but emptying it right now, right here – the haps from apps central – ISTE day 3 in San Diego. Someone’s got to do it…
After a bit of skepticism, there’s still plenty to like at ISTE today, including the white sand beach in the evening.
Getting re-energized at a conference – new place, new ideas, new people and lots of ways to connect to and with technology. First installment of 4.
The new TAP video clip is uploaded right here
The latest, improved sheets are uploaded to our website, including the new, multi-media pieces. Better, shorter, clearer activity sheets, at least we hope so!
We’d love to see you there!
Sue Boudreau and Karen Snelson.
Report from the front – building a community of teachers teaching students to take informed and effective action.
Sir Ken Robinson presents the case for creativity woven into the fabric of our organizations.
Let’s start with where young people are – social networking, video gaming and interested in making a difference in the real world, using their particular talents. This could be the way to structure it….
Service Learning – a vital part of project-based learning…
Got invited on a press pass to this amazing-sounding conference about service learning at the last minute. Whoa, starts tomorrow. Check out the kinds of things they do at http://www.nylc.org/
I’ll be blogging about what’s hot in the world of service learning meets science. Stay tuned for ADVENTURE. Well, as much adventure as you can get while staying with your mother in law (whom I love).