Monthly Archives: April 2010

Day Six Deals — April 15, 2010

Many Apples for the Teachers!  FOR EVERYONE Alan November’s Explanation of Student Contribution: Read this very short article about why it is important for kids to own the task, and six ways that you can make it happen in your … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With This Argument?

I have recently had several conversations with various educators about the assertion that technology fosters irresponsibility and laziness in our students. Their line of reasoning goes like this: When teachers post notes and class materials in Moodle, they make it … Continue reading

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Spring Cleaning on Your Mac

The weather is lovely and your Mac is a mess. Files everywhere! Time for some spring cleaning. Want an easy way to aggregate all files by a certain name/date created/contents so you can MOVE TO TRASH in one fell swoop? … Continue reading

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Day Six Deals — April 7, 2010

I have a great batch of interesting and useful things in here to light your students’ imaginations. Enjoy! FOR ALL Readability Analyzer: Paste text and get the result — the readability of that particular text. Music for Projects: Choose from … Continue reading

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I Know I Saved It….Stupid Computers…..

Ever hear this from students? Ever say this yourself? While computers DO indeed sometimes malfunction, most times, the fault lies within us, the ones driving the machines. As we increase the number of files we collect digitally from students, we … Continue reading

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