This is How I Leverage Prezi in the Classroom

This is How I Leverage Prezi in the Classroom
by Nate Green ·

A lot of teachers have hailed Prezi as a revolutionary presentation tool, but I’m convinced the vast majority of them … Continue reading »

IFTTT + Evernote = Automated Research

IFTTT + Evernote = Automated Research
by David Korfhage ·

The debate team at my school began using Evernote last year for collaborative research.  As students find sources, they dump them into … Continue reading »

Open Space, Physical and Virtual

Open Space, Physical and Virtual
by David Korfhage ·

The New York Times (which is where I seem to be getting my blog ideas from these days) ran an … Continue reading »

The Advantage of Google Docs in Education

The Advantage of Google Docs in Education
by Nate Green ·

It’s no secret that Google Docs has made teachers more effective at teaching writing. After making a full Google Docs … Continue reading »

Windward’s Founder’s Day Goes Interactive

Windward’s Founder’s Day Goes Interactive
by Stephen Johnson ·

The edSocialMedia crew swooped into Windward School in Los Angeles recently for a boot camp that involved several Windward faculty … Continue reading »

Are you Using Antisocial Media?

Are you Using Antisocial Media?
by Jay Goulart ·

Do you remember the rotary telephone? Most likely you do not but I do. I also remember those nervous moments … Continue reading »

Go2Web2.0 – Your Web 2.0 Clearinghouse

Go2Web2.0 – Your Web 2.0 Clearinghouse
by Antonio Viva ·

We all know the “top dogs” in the world of social media; Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and YouTube have started to … Continue reading »