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  • Blog Post: Links Twittered April 27th 2009

    I didn’t Twitter as much as usual last week because I was in Toronto (blogged a little about that here ) But I did find an pass alone a few interesting things. This week will be very sparse as I will be at the Foundations of Digital Games conference most of the week. Since the conference is on a cruise...
  • Blog Post: Tablet PCs in the K12 Classroom

    I found a bunch of new information and case studies about schools using Tablet PCs across the curriculum and thought I would share it. It's not computer science but since it is technology in the classroom and using technology to teach better I thought people might be interested. Jim Vanides over at...
  • Blog Post: OneNote and Students, Networks and the Paperless School

    I had two notes from Mike Tholfsen last week. Now Mike is the OneNote Ninja - there is not much about OneNote he doesn't know. But Mike also has a passion for education and where OneNote and education mix (which they do very well) Mike is nothing short of The Man. Recently Mike sat down with the Amazing...
  • Blog Post: Top Posts From October

    Well October was an interesting month. In some cases I was pretty good at predicting which posts would get the most interest and in others I was pretty far off. I did think that the free download book on creating websites that sell would be popular but I had no idea how popular. ( My write up here...
  • Blog Post: Technology For Education

    I've noticed a lot of talk about using technology to teach. Not just teaching the technology as a goal of its own but actually using technology to teach better. I think the first thing I noticed recently was Pat Phillip's call for stories about using technology to teach computer science at the CSTA Blog...
  • Blog Post: Tablet PC Tips on Video

    The Tablet PC Education blog points out that Jim Vanides has created some videos to show instructors how to get more out of their Tablet PCs. SO far there are three in his series: How to use ink to annotate PowerPoint slides - did you know you could do that? And then you can save the notes if you...
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