Game Boy is 25 years old, but that doesn't mean we can't bring it back via new technology. DIY tech site Adafruit posted instructions on how to create your own pocket-sized portable with the help of a 3D printer. The "Gamegirl" usesShow More Summary
Integrating technology, project based learning, personalized instruction, etc all require a change in a teacher’s pedagogical practice. That is a pretty complex change as there is nothing simple about people, teaching and learning. The teachers I support are my ‘students’. I need to know what is not working or missing to help them achieve success […]
Straight out of Google I/O this week, came some interesting announcements related to Semantic Web technologies and Linked Data. Included in the mix was a cool instructional video series about how to “Build a Small Knowledge Graph.” Part...Show More Summary
Technology has revolutionized the business of real estate, but it’s gotten to the point where people are no longer so easily distracted by the latest shiny object, says Jason Pantana, director of content, instruction and engagement for franchise giant Coldwell...
BionicKangaroo is a robot from German engineering company Festo that mimics the unique movement of kangaroos to save energy. The robot uses a combination of pneumatic and electrical drive technology to function, and can be instructed via gestures thanks to an armband device. The stable jump kinematics plus the precise control technology ensure stability when [...]
Here’s an innovative way to give yourself tattoos if you’re good at digital graphics: just use your 3D printer! The project is on Instructibles, from Pierre Emm, and Johan Da Silveria – French students with a penchant for technologyShow More Summary
And, a dear colleague is retiring--Jennifer Faulkner. Here is the job posting:Director of Instructional & Information TechnologyAlamo Heights ISD in San Antonio Alamo Heights is a great place to be. 4A school district (Go Mules!) Small...Show More Summary
The company he founded in 1964, now called International Data Group, or IDG, developed the “For Dummies” instructional reference books and organized technology events, including the MacWorld trade shows.
The Future of Chess Has Arrived at River Islands Technology Academy in Lathrop, California The Torres Chess and Music Academy brings chess instruction to the twenty-first century classroom. Lathrop, California (PRWEB) February 24, 2014...Show More Summary
At mid-day today, as Jacob Ortega (Instructional Technology Specialist for the ECISD) and I crossed paths on the way to an exciting activity at the Google Academy at the TCEA 2014 State Conference, I had the opportunity to get his insights and reflections on the sessions thus far. Show More Summary
Rural and small urban transit drivers can learn to be safer vehicle operators using state-of-the-art instructional design and online learning technology thanks to a new partnership between the National Rural Transit Assistance Program (National RTAP...
I’m trying to see Diane Ravitch’s pro-technology stance. I really am. I thought she was more tempered in Reign of Error. She actually noted some positive affordances of instructional technologies for students and teachers and also appropriately noted concerns about some cyber charter schools. But after yet another derisive statement about how technologies are ‘distracting [...]
One of my favorite questions: What conversations are we not having as district leaders that prevent our organization moving forward? That's an easy one to answer for Instructional Technology departments in school districts. Why is technology...Show More Summary
Co-authored by Susan Colaric, Ph.D., Assistant Vice President of Instructional Technology at Saint Leo University. Higher education has been intensely scrutinized recently for high and increasing tuition prices. Rightly so, as the U.S. Show More Summary
Tim Holt says: [George] Couros had a really nice statement in his article “… Technology should be at the point of instruction and be as accessible in learning as a pencil; it shouldn’t be an event. How many pencil labs do you have in your school?” Great point. Tech should be at the point of [...]
The education privatization movement aka "Ed reform" is looking to use spy technology on students. Of course they would only use the data to assist instruction never to sell products and services, that's not what for-profit schools would do - would they?
"If we're not seeing what technology blended into curriculum & instruction," shared a colleague one afternoon, "if it's not integral to the success of a lesson or learning activity, then technology is just so much fluff.""Well, if we...Show More Summary
Note: This is alarming. No doubt, the American Government and its various satrapies are doing their best to shut down debate on the New World Order. However, though I don’t claim to be any kind of expert on the technologies … Continue reading ?
Under the legislation, colleges would have to either make instructional technology accessible to disabled students or provide them with equivalent, alternative resources.
A 110-core CPU chip has been developed by computer scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The chip is based on a new architecture in which instead of bringing data across the chip to the core that happens to want it, you move the program to the core where the data is stored. Show More Summary