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Got Game? The PBSKids STEM Challenge.

By | January 16, 2012

For the past 3 years, the New Media Consortium, along with CoSN and ISTE, has worked to identify trends in education and learning in their annual Horizon Report. This year, as in last year’s report, Game Based Learning has made the list of trends to be adopted in two to three years.¬†Games, both digital and […]

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What the Web has Wrought

By | February 20, 2009

I’m sitting here looking at my SMS messages, my email inbox, my Twitter replies and my Google Docs listing, all of which seem to be beckoning tonight. As I sit here, deciding how much procrastination I can actually get away with, I realize just how much of my professional life revolves around the ability to […]

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FETC Takeaways

By | January 28, 2009

I’m finally getting a chance to sit and reflect on FETC 2009 (the Florida Educational Technology Conference). As usual, there were way too many great choices on how to spend my time and way too few minutes in a day to do them all.¬† I presented on Thursday with Colleen Glaude and Katie Morrow on […]

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