The Advantage of Facebook Groups in Education

The Advantage of Facebook Groups in Education
by Nate Green ·

Inviting my students to join me on Facebook and use it academically was a difficult and controversial decision. I was … Continue reading »

The Argument Against QR codes

The Argument Against QR codes
by Cassie Dull ·

Will QR codes stick around? I’m not convinced.   If you’re unfamiliar with QR codes, they are an image that … Continue reading »

No One Likes to Send the Wrong Message

No One Likes to Send the Wrong Message
by Rebekka Goldberg ·

How many times has one of the emails you’ve sent been misinterpreted by the person on the receiving end?  Or perhaps you’ve read more … Continue reading »

Good Rapport: Maintaining a Professional Online Presence

Good Rapport: Maintaining a Professional Online Presence
by Jay MacMullan ·

A few months ago, I discovered a great program called Rapportive to use in combination with Google Apps.   Rapportive downloads in … Continue reading »

Fear and Facebook

Fear and Facebook
by Shane Haggerty ·

Facebook elicits all kinds of reactions in the public school sector when trying to convince administrators and board of education … Continue reading »

Become what you are

Become what you are
by Tim McDonough ·

“Become what you are” is more than a great 1993 album by Juliana Hatfield (worth noting; I’ve had a crush … Continue reading »

PhotoBlogging: Trivial Pursuits

PhotoBlogging: Trivial Pursuits
by Chuck Will ·

Bloggers want more readers, and agonize over the content that will attract them. It can be heavy lifting: What is … Continue reading »

So what if we’re all connected?

So what if we’re all connected?
by Basil Kolani ·

For weeks, I’ve been simultaneously excited and full of dread for my first social media class with our tenth graders. … Continue reading »

Social Media Islands

Social Media Islands
by Rachel Sebell ·

For educators, summer is a time to step back, reflect and plan for the coming year. Those of us also … Continue reading »

One Tool to Tell a Dynamic Story

One Tool to Tell a Dynamic Story
by Cassie Dull ·

Last week, I had an incredible opportunity to participate in a KC-135 aerial refueling flight mission out of Grissom Air … Continue reading »