You probably have noticed the Creative Commons license logo while surfing the web and may or may not have payed much attention to it. Creative Commons’ tagline “a culture of sharing” is quite appropriate to its applications, as it allows more »
Drivers education courses used to include (and sometimes still do) horrifically gory films aimed at scaring young people into being safe behind the wheel. The thought of these videos still bring a shudder to many. Now, there are a lot more »
People in the world of admin or tech integration sometimes muse at the stress many parents feel about their kids technology usage. Their concerns are brought into the spotlight when schools provide or require the technology to students, technology which more »
Have you ever left a conference promising to begin a collaboration or continue dialogue but realized that good intention was a victim of “returning to real life”? Most of us have. Or have you ever wondered how people at other more »
Young and hip businesses are making a lot of noise and in many cases profit with crowdsourcing at the moment. Whether or not it is a fad or a business model here to stay remains to be seen but I more »
Sometimes, taking time to listen to ourselves is good practice. Which words do you hear around your office and school? Do you hear words such as students, learning and objectives? Or are you more likely to hear words such as more »
By far the most up to date practical exploration of digital citizenship today, Jason Ohler begins by posing the idea that typical educational systems today force students to have “two lives”, their “traditional educational (lives) within school” and outside of more »
No matter where you are with technology access in your school, if you are exploring beginning an initiative or want community-involved, learning-focused dialogue, a book club is a great to bring your community together.