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Over the last few months, I've had the privilege to serve as Postach.io's Chief Education Ambassador. Please allow me to publicly thank the Postach.io team, especially Caleb! It's been a fun ride and I reserve the right to revisit Postach.io and Evernote as a great blogging combination. Show More Summary
As a leader, one of my tasks involves "labelling" initiatives, changing what we call what we're doing. Sometimes, it's clear that the labels are disingenuous, inaccurate reflections of what really happens. For example, you might be saying Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), but the result is different than what you expected. Show More Summary
Over the last few years, I've seen my energy level slowly decrease. It's weird, only 10 years ago, I remember working all day, heading home and blogging 5-6 entries in a short time. These days, I find myself glad to crank out one blog entry per week. Show More Summary
SPLOT! Hah. Blame Brian Lamb for the acronym (despite twitter banter, I like it) for an idea to frame some project ideas for my stint here at Thompson Rivers University. The idea is Simplest Possible Learning Online Tools, things that faculty or designers here could use w/o worry of south of the border servers and not requiring any logins. Show More Summary
creative commons licensed ( BY-NC ) flickr photo shared by Marco Colin The thing about Mike Caulfied posts is that they work their way into your mind (“Captain, he put CREATURES… in our brains”). In What Iterative Writing Looks LikeShow More Summary
Students learn six ideas to consider when there are conflicting responsibilities.
The carnival comes to town. It’s exciting, it’s thrilling, it is SUPER fun. But then it leaves and we’re back to business as usual. Does this describe our technology integration activities? Or our STEM programs? Or our PBL projects? Momentary, short-term bursts of interest and excitement followed by the regular same old, same old? We [...]
I haven’t been blogging here much as my time has been spent working with teachers in their schools, Learning2 and COETAIL…which I love! Replace is my new word of choice when talking about the skills of technology. I have done the word dance on this blog. Going from integrate…
Technologies: Bluetooth modules, DAWN Mobile Ad-Hoc Networking Stack, iPac Pocket PCs with 802.11b and Bluetooth, microcontrollers, sensors, Umbrellas, UMBRELLA.net softwareCurrent URL: n/a (no response for http://www.spectropolis.info/umbrella.php)Wikibook...Show More Summary
Memento (nods to the Christopher Nolan’s genius) wants “establish a web that has a memory”. It’s part protocol / part browser tool that aims to make it easier to see a web resource at a past time of your choosing. In the video aboveShow More Summary
Cheerful worksheets cover a range of skills and give constructive feedback.
It will take an entire month to explore all the information in this incredible site from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.
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Many colleges are turning to online “enablers” to help them get new online courses off the ground, but the University of Oklahoma is looking to generate buzz through an older channel: cable television. Oklahoma is producing a new course...Show More Summary
Scientists will soon have access to their very own clouds. Not the meteorological sort—although these clouds might help advance weather research as well as improve medical systems and power-grid management. The new clouds for scientists are the kind that store data on servers, as part of a trend known as cloud computing. Show More Summary
This lesson plan asks students to learn how to be clear and concise in giving instructions to complete a complex task.
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Educators understand that questions can guide learning, and that the Bloom’s Taxonomy is a good framework for learning.