Recently, I was doing a residency in a New England middle school that has one-to-one computing in grades seven and eight.Read More.
Ready? Here's a new phrase I made up a couple of years ago: "the achievement of metacluelessness," which means becoming aware of what you don't know.Read More.
Do you use a digital camera in your classroom? I bet you have access to one, either one that the school owns, or your own. And I don't mean using it for special events like field trips or culminating activities, but really for the day-to-day. You see, I believe digital imagery in the classroom...Read More.
One of the things I love to see most in a one-to-one school -- a laptop school -- is a student teaching a teacher.Read More.
The George Lucas Educational Foundation recently received an email from a classroom teacher. I'm posting it below, followed by my response:Read More.
So, when I want to help a teacher or a school get over the hump and begin making effective use of Web-based resources, I look at what they are doing, at their curriculum, and then make some suggestions.Read More.
I'm not going to name names, but different schools get different value from the time I spend working with them. Some get more, and some get less.Read More.