Gabriel Lutz
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Making the software work for me.

Posted on October 20, 2009 at 3:18pm 0 Comments

I recently learned how to make a large poster with nothing but Microsoft Excel and a picture file. This completely blew my mind. The only things I had ever used Excel for before this was accounting homework and plugging in formulas for physics homework. I had no idea a program like Excel could be used for anything but numbers. Then i started thinking about it. "What other programs have stretched to fit my needs?" And i realized that with enough imagination, one could accomplish so much more by… Continue

Unlimited Possibilities With Kidspiration

Posted on October 6, 2009 at 2:28pm 0 Comments

This week i used Kidspiration for the first time, which is a much more engaging alternative to the adult version. This thought mapping software is perfect for visualizing thought processes and organizing brainstorming sessions. I am personally not a visual learner, and the only option for auditory learners is a creepy voice that repeats whatever words your mouse pointer happens to be hovering on. But I still thought of a bunch of ways to use this in a classroom. It is unbelievably easy to use,… Continue

First week of Ed Tech.

Posted on September 8, 2009 at 12:02pm 2 Comments

It took me four days to get on this website. Now I am by no means a tech guru, but I am confident in my skills to navigate a simple web browser. But like Prof. said in class- Technology is made by humans, who make mistakes. So technology will never be perfect.

This got me thinking, "How can I use something in the classroom that will consistently provide me headaches?" I've been a student long enough to see how faulty tech can drain an instructor's patience while simultaneously… Continue

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