Debunked: 5 myths about classroom technology https://t.co/UYOulWObGj via @eschoolnews — Anna Johansson (@Number1AnnaJo) May 8, 2017 Anna Johansson looks at 5 myths that a lot of educators have used to argue against incorporating more technology into their classroom. Each of these five were reasons that I heard in my own experiences as a teacher and … Continue reading “Debunked: 5 myths about classroom technology”
This article from iFixIt outlines the repairability of the home button on Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Not a good move, in my opinion, by Apple on this, but I understand it from a security perspective.
West Virginia Broadband Map Anyone else see the problem here?
During the current school year, Cabell County Schools has begun to implement Chromebooks into English/Language Arts (ELA) and Health classrooms. These devices have always been a bit of a “no-go” for me as a Technology Integration Specialist (TIS). The main reason why is that the build quality has not been that great on most of … Continue reading “Chrome: Books, Boxes, Bases, and Bits”
A great video to illustrate how that students need something different today. I will readily admit that I taught this way for so long, but now refuse to do it. Thank you for waking me up!
Amazing video here from Sean Junkins on the benefits of using iPads in the classroom: