I am doing a lot of work with one-to-one laptop programs, especially with the new inexpensive ($300-ish) ones. These laptops are well-suited for learning in so many ways, but one struggle we have is with power. Even with the best
I have been on a quest this year to work on ways to differentiate professional development workshops. In every group of teachers or administrators I work with there is a huge range of experiences, background knowledge, tech comfort levels, learning
I love my Kindle. It has become one of my favorite mobile devices ever over the past year. One of my favorite features is the cell wireless feature (at no additional cost) that lets you download books, newspapers, magazines, etc.
Here’s a new tool for opening those hard-to-open plastic retail packages that so many consumer electronic gadgets come in.