Check out the Second Life ™ Leadership Council! As we all know (well, I hope you know) there are real people behind those avatars that constitute the DEN in SL Leadership Council. We were most fortunate to have been able to attend an LC Retreat in Boston a few weeks ago. We spent our time
Image by kjarrett via Flickr Wait? Does that saying work? Regardless, I figured those three ‘ingredients’ would make a great post. For those who don’t know Peggy Sheehy (aka Maggie Marat in SL) just click here (but make sure to click on the ‘About Me’ link – for some reason I can’t seem to grab
Center on Instruction Welcome to the Center on Instruction, your gateway to a cutting-edge collection of scientifically based research and information on K-12 instruction in reading, math, science, special education, and English language learning. Part of the Comprehensive Center network, the Center on Instruction is one of five content centers serving as resources for the
Discovery Student Adventures offers hands-on, education-based travel to teachers and their students. Travel with us to one or more of our 14 exotic locations worldwide! Imagine exposing students to Roman history while visiting Palatine Hill, or discussing geology while exploring underwater sea caves in Australia. All teachers who enroll and travel with five students or
I was fortunate event to be the speaker at this month’s Wired Wednesday webinar series, organized by WEMTA. I didn’t spread the news that much about this for a few reasons, one of which I had no idea how things were going to go. I didn’t want a large audience see me drop the ball!
OK, I got it. The WiFi iPad. I went WiFi because no school’s gonna get 3G, with those pesky phone charges. Well, ok, maybe a wealthy town or two, but just for staff! And so begins my journey on the iPath to true enlightenment. Ironies abound, at least for now! It’s packed in a