Kids today inhabit a technological world that few of us could have imagined even a couple of decades ago. They practically live on the internet, spending untold hours on social networking, games, videos, and just plain surfing. But the internet can also be put to good use as a teaching tool. Not only are there plenty of educational sites that cater to children with…Continue
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As my profile update thing said, I am currently working on an assignment to write a policy document on the use of mobile technology in the classroom.
I will be posting it as an attachment (if I can figure out how) when it is finished, and anyone willing to give feedback, it would be much appreciated. I currently don't have any friends, and I'm not sure if people who aren't my friend can see my posts, but we'll just have to wait and see if anyone comments!
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The iPad represents the shift from computer platform to computing appliance. There are many examples of this now, but the iPad represents the most blatant.This week, join NCSU's Hal Meeks at AV-1 as he shares his first month with an iPad.…
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Last year, Brian Alexander wrote a great article in EDUCAUSE Review titled, “Apprehending the Future: Emerging Technologies, from Science Fiction to Campus Reality” [access the full article here: EDUCAUSE Review, Vol 44, No. 3 (June/July 2009): 12-29]. This week, I borrow heavily from this article, to provide a few…Continue
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