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Video Tutorial: Create Games with ActionScript 2

In this online training series, you'll learn how to program a variety of ActionScript® 2 games.

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In Spain, Entire Villages Are Up For Sale — And They’re Going Cheap : Parallels : NPR “Desperate times call for desperate measures, says Avelino Luis de Francisco Martinez, the mayor of Cortegada, a rural town in southern Galicia. An abandoned hamlet that’s part of his town isn’t for sale. He’s giving it away. “For […]

Sometimes You Should Take A Little….

“Don’t take crap from anyone” Photo Credit: dawgfanjeff via Compfight cc This is a pretty popular sentiment today in a world that’s focused on self-preservation and social justice. Certainly, there are times when this is the proper approach. We need to teach children and adults to stand up for truth and justice, particularly when it’s […]

First Weeks of School and Accountable Talk

My first school year back in the classroom is well launched.  Week 1 was about getting to know each other and starting to feel safe together – they all knew they’d have a test during week two to prove they knew the first name of everyone in the class. It was also about supporting new […]

Smithsonian American Art Museum: American Impressionism

Impressionism is an art movement whose unique style is defined by small, thin, and visible brush strokes, and which focuses on accurate depiction of light.

Strip Designer For Graphic Story Creation

Easy and fun way to create personalized, comic-book-style stories

Beyond TPACK and SAMR: Introducing trudacot to teachers

Thanks to Monte Tatom, I am able to share the Twitcast of my presentation to the Administrators PLN at the 2015 ISTE Conference, Beyond TPACK and SAMR: Introducing trudacot to teachers. The video is less than 6 minutes. Happy viewing! Check out all of our other trudacot resources too!

Readers’ Defintions of Ed-Tech Buzzwords: Confusion and Skepticism Continue

Professors, administrators, and ed-tech vendors don’t always speak the same language when it comes to talking about experimental approaches to teaching and research. Terms like “flipped classroom” and “digital humanities” get thrown around a lot these days, but different people often mean different things by them. Show More Summary

Zeroing in on a Collaborative To Do List

I am joyfully back in the classroom this year. Although re-entry is brutal, I’m loving it. One lovely aspect of being a classroom teacher at this school is that I have a half time instructional assistant.  Since her schedule has her in and out of my room all day, I needed an efficient way to […]

It’s not just a poverty issue

Ta-Nehisi Coates said: The lives of black Americans are better than they were half a century ago. The humiliation of Whites Only signs are gone. Rates of black poverty have decreased. Black teen-pregnancy rates are at record lows – and the gap between black and white teen-pregnancy rates has shrunk significantly. But such progress rests [...]

Improve Math Learning Outcomes by Building a Data-Driven Culture

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00 ) Hear how former Superintendent, Dr. Gregory Firn, incorporated technology to build a data-driven culture that improved..

Making the flipped classroom work

The principle of the flipped classroom — that kids learn the content at home and discuss and work with it in school — is something that many teachers would probably agree with. But there are problems with the “pure” model of flipping...Show More Summary

An Interactive Tour of Ellis Island

Here is a unique opportunity to explore the historic landmark of Ellis Island while learning why immigrants came to the United States.

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