Well, maybe not frightful, but rain is falling outside my window and according to the news report it is likely to turn to snow flurries by morning. How do we turn news reports into learning opportunities? Siemens Science Day: Learning By Doing makes it easy with this month’s activity theme “Weather You Like It Or
Computer crashed, moved iPad to new…: Apple Support Communities Correct Answer by virtualgeo on May 14, 2010 11:24 PM I just went through this myself. Here’s what you need to do: 1) Without connecting your iPad to your laptop, start iTunes. Click on Edit. Click on Preferences. Click on Devices. Check the box next to “Prevent your iPod etc.
On this day in 1941, the United States was suddenly thrust into World War II, a war that would ravage much of Europe and the Pacific theater. Every December 7th is set aside to remember those killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. More than 2,300 people died and a good portion of
I have been thrilled to obtain so many Apps that reinforce learning through student productivity as opposed to games. But productivity Apps and Publishing Apps tend to work much better when you have a stylus. Budgets are tight, and the stylus price is modest if you are buying one for yourself, but when needing a
Thanks to DEN STAR/GURU Rita Mortenson for sharing this information from the conference…. I am here at the 2011 SLATE Conference (School Leaders Advancing Technology in Education) and I was fortunate to attend an amazing Discovery Techbook Presentation by Laura Lamb, from Discovery. The long awaited Science Techbook for Wisconsin was just released for grades
For many of you it’s been 3 months since you have returned to school. The leaves have changed, the temperatures have dropped, precipitation in different forms has started to fall, students have completed several chapters of study, and countless papers have been reviewed and graded. How are your energy levels? I took a nice hike