Archives for June 8, 2012

  1. The Tenth Podcast

    Today’s podcast comes via Google Hangout and it’s new “on air” feature. You’ll hear 27 minutes of bantering and nattering with some useful ideas we hope, sprinkled in between. If you’re patient, there’s an opportunity to win a little somethin’ somethin’. Listen and you’ll find out. I’ve also included just the audio. We hope to […]

  2. New Chromebook, Chromebox and updated Chrome OS – look awesome, great for education

      Google and Samsung have just announced a new Chromebook, the Chromebox and the new version of Google’s Chrome OS.   I have been a long time user of Google’s Chrome OS and Chromebook (almost two years) on their beta device, the CR-48. I love it! I can do everything I need on it.   Chromebooks run Google’s Chrome […]

  3. eduClipper – clip anything, share everything – more info available now.

        eduClipper is a new app coming from EduTecher Adam Bellow that I wrote about last month. eduClipper is in sign up mode now and promises to provide a way to clip anything from the web and then share it with anyone.   It’s free and allows you to clip and capture anything from the web including articles, links, […]

  4. Google is buying QuickOffice – here’s what that means

           Yesterday, Google announced that it was buying QuickOffice. QuickOffice is a mobile app that allows users to view, edit, and create documents, spreadsheets and presentations, including Microsoft Office files. It integrates with Google Docs™, Dropbox, Evernote, Catch, Egnyte, Huddle™, Box, SugarSync, and MobileMe™, allowing you to access and work with your files on your mobile device.   Google will be integrating QuickOffice into […]

  5. Education Dive – education news, trends, resources, tech and more

        Education Dive describes itself as the “Mobile Dashboard for Educators.” It is a free site that has education news, trends, links, resources, technology, and much more for educators. There is some great information and some great resources available here.       You can subscribe to it via email or RSS feed and follow […]

  6. Wonderville – awesome, fun, educational science resources

      Wonderville is a great, free site I just learned about from an article in Tech & Learning magazine. Wonderville is an award winning site that has interactive science activities that are fun and educational. There are over 30 games on Wonderville that help students learn about science while having fun. There are also puzzles, activity sheets and crosswords, videos exploring […]

  7. EACH Student a Learner!!!

    When I see young people – I see potential! Currently there are too many students that are left behind.  Dropouts, underachievers, and minimal learners are all too common. The current system for educating society’s youth is broken: Broken if we agree that there is student potential that is not being tapped.  Yet, there are those […]