Start Using YouTube More in Your Education Marketing Mix

Start Using YouTube More in Your Education Marketing Mix
by Bart Caylor ·

According to a recent study by The Intelligence Group featured on emarketer.com, teenagers frequent YouTube 14% more than Facebook. That … Continue reading »

Rocking their Socs off: Socrative as Assessment

Rocking their Socs off: Socrative as Assessment
by Nikki Morrell ·

Amid the seeming chaos of the new push for common core standards-based learning and grading, we teachers find ourselves in … Continue reading »

Getting to Know You: Q & A With Rob Johnson

Getting to Know You: Q & A With Rob Johnson
by Rob Johnson ·

Liza Fischer Norman  nominated me as one of 5 bloggers in her response to the challenge put forth my Marisa Peacock’s recent blog post to learn … Continue reading »

Hacking Snapchat: x2

Hacking Snapchat: x2
by Stacy Jagodowski ·

A little over a year ago, I blogged about Snapchat, a temporary and private photo sharing service that was getting … Continue reading »

Social Media for Teachers (According to Mashable)

Social Media for Teachers (According to Mashable)
by Steve Ritchie ·

Mashable’s latest social media guide for teachers has a couple of tips worth spending time on: communicating with students where they are, and taking advantage of Ted-Ed’s flipping tools. Continue reading »

The Multi-Dimensional Power of Professional Development through Social Media

The Multi-Dimensional Power of Professional Development through Social Media
by Scott Rocco ·

The use of social media as a professional development tool in the educational world is finally taking hold. As it progresses, those using it need to understand that it is not a one-dimensional environment for learning. Continue reading »

Interactive Video (Part Two): Mozilla’s Popcorn Maker

Interactive Video (Part Two): Mozilla’s Popcorn Maker
by Robin Neal ·

To my shock and horror, my students claimed to have never seen a PopUp Video. They were vaguely aware of VH1 and suspected that some old people still watch it? If it even exists? We were brainstorming uses of Mozilla’s Popcorn Maker, and I was sharing that a colleague had a great idea of using the free online tool to make a PopUp video of a presidential debate. Continue reading »

Interactive Video (Part One): Flipping at TED-ed

Interactive Video (Part One): Flipping at TED-ed
by Robin Neal ·

You, like me, have spent a fair amount of time watching on-line videos. Who can blame us? When we need a break from grading, routines, or vacuuming, lovely owls, talking dogs, or five people playing one guitar are irresistible draws. Continue reading »

Social Media Etiquette During Tragedy

Social Media Etiquette During Tragedy
by Jason Boucher ·

Social media can be our best friend during a tragedy by helping us collect the information we’re looking for fast, … Continue reading »

Student Involvement Sparks Growth in Twitter Followers

Student Involvement Sparks Growth in Twitter Followers
by Rob Johnson ·

At La Salle College High School, we’ve been seriously involved in Social Media since about 2010, with a growing buy-in from … Continue reading »