Over the last year or so, I have been working on methods to differentiate professional development that I facilitate. Some things have worked better than others, and I’m refining my methods. A lot of the impetus is on the participants,
Wow — I had a great time at the Mid-Atlantic Handheld and Emerging Technology Conference again this year. It had all the elements of a great conference: small, high energy, interesting people, very hands on and interactive, and an intriguing
If you are a gadget geek like me, you probably struggle with the whole battery issue. I love rechargeable batteries, but, over time, the juice seems to drain out of them. Pretty soon, it seems like you have to recharge
Each year at NECC, the team of Saul Rockman, Michael Jay, Heidi Rogers, and Elliot Soloway present a humorous session called “LOL @ NECC.” This year’s session was filled with many laughs. Here is one of my favorites…a look at
Wikispaces is now offering complimentary upgrades to ad-free spaces for K-12 educators! If you’re starting a new space, use this link to start as an ad free K-12 space. If you want to upgrade an existing site, go to Manage
BestBuy is now offering a new service: For $9.99, they’ll pair your Bluetooth devices. (This is especially popular in California, where the handsfree law just went into effect.) And to think of all the times I’ve done this for folks
For months, I have been writing about our project to create the first kids open dictionary. I am very excited to unveil the first piece of this: a collaborative, wiki-based dictionary builder. If you have a second, check out the
We had a great time at the Web 2.0 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet workshop in San Antonio. All of the resources we shared are available for anyone to access, share, and use in any setting in the Web 2.0 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet wiki.