Harry Potter and the Forbidden Device

Harry Potter and the Forbidden Device
by Nikki Morrell ·

“Many of the class exchanged gloomy looks; the order ‘devices away’ had never yet been followed by a lesson they … Continue reading »

Thoroughly Modern Rosie: Girls and the Tech Industry

Thoroughly Modern Rosie: Girls and the Tech Industry
by Nikki Morrell ·

The image of Rosie the Riveter shouts girl power.  We see her bandana, imagine her working with machinery, and we … Continue reading »

Involve your student-athletes in your marketing, promotion, and social media!

Involve your student-athletes in your marketing, promotion, and social media!
by Jeff Walrich ·

At Gilmour Academy, Associate Athletic Director/Middle School Director of Athletics, Kristy Booher, and I try to involve our student-athletes in … Continue reading »

The Unbundling of Education

The Unbundling of Education
by Hans Mundahl ·

Boarding school has always been about a package. Young boys and girls go away to school not only to learn … Continue reading »

Paperless Grading: Story of a Digital Seamstress

Paperless Grading: Story of a Digital Seamstress
by Nikki Morrell ·

I did it. I cut the clutter. My classes went paperless.   Surprisingly, it wasn’t as difficult as I thought … Continue reading »

5 Ways to Stretch Your Admissions Marketing Budget

5 Ways to Stretch Your Admissions Marketing Budget
by Bart Caylor ·

The Cost of Your Admissions Marketing In a recent published NACCAP benchmarking report on enrollment marketing, the average member school spent just … Continue reading »

The Flying Carpet: Technology in the Elementary Classroom

The Flying Carpet: Technology in the Elementary Classroom
by Nikki Morrell ·

How much do you remember about your elementary education? Do you recall sitting on that large square rug learning colors … Continue reading »

How to Broadcast Graduation in 5 Steps

How to Broadcast Graduation in 5 Steps
by Hans Mundahl ·

There we were: minutes to graduation. Hundreds of parents and friends of the school were settling in, ready to enjoy … 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 »