His philosophy is that the information delivery common in today's classroom lectures should be recorded and delivered to students as podcasts or online videos before class sessions. To make sure students tune in, he gives them short online multiple-choice tests. So what's left to do during class once you've delivered your lecture? Introduce issues of … Continue reading Powerpoint in the Classroom Must Die
via mygradebook.com When I taught 8th grade science from 2004-2006, I made heavy use of MyGradebook and it eventually became (much to the delight of my students and their parents...and eventually administrators) my complete gradebook and student documentation platform. What wasn't to like? In 2004, the social web was just getting cranked up and folks … Continue reading Stunning Lack of 2.0 Teacher Tools on Web or iPhone
I've fallen in love with Pinboard (for bookmarking) and Simplenote (search for it on the iPhone app store) this week. I've been testing out both services for a little while but decided to take the plunge this week and use them more heavily. And they rock.Pinboard is Delicious from 2004 with more goodness baked in. … Continue reading Hey, You! Get Off of My Cloud! (Or The Rise of Anti-Social Media)
I joined Delicious back around the Holiday Season of 2004 and soon started bookmarking with regularity. Aside from GMail, Delicious was one of the first web2.0 sites I really got excited about. And for good reason. Delicious changed the way we all thought about bookmarking. "A long long time ago, I remember how that music … Continue reading Anti-Social Bookmarking
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My iPhone has become my primary "computer" over the last few weeks, replacing my Macbook, a Windows 7 laptop and an older Ubuntu box that I keep around for fun. They are all great computers but I love the reality of having my computer in my pocket or bag at all times (with most of … Continue reading What’s On My iPhone? Or How My iPhone Has Become My Computer