Best Math Games Ever! You have to check out Manga High.com. It is a games based website that is easy and fun to use. It is a mostly free site, but you can pay extra and get incredible analytics and differentiation abilities as well. You first register as a teacher and then you can add […]
The more you work with Web 2.0 sites, the more you need to know about embed codes. Here are some great tips including a really useful YouTube trick!
I have led about a zillion professional development sessions, both formal and informal, throughout the years. I always arrive with high hopes to engage teachers in the latest and greatest web 2.0 technologies and spur never before seen projects. What tool do I use to get teachers started?
This scenario, involving web 2,0 in the classroom, has happened to me so many times you would think I would know better by now. Here’s a typical situation…
I have totally abandoned using installed image editing software…even excellent open source applications such as Paint.NET or GIMP. Instead I use online sources not only in the classroom but for more complex personal use. Here are some favorites roughly organized from more to less powerful.
Backchanneling has been a buzz in educational technology circles for a few years now. Backchanneling is the teaching method when you allow students to communicate, usually via chat or a Twitter-like service, while instruction is happening. The problem is…backchanneling doesn’t work!