Tag Archives: Tutorials

Day Six Deals for the Dead of Winter

FOR EVERYONE: Google Tools for School: Jen Dorman (“cliotech“) compiled this comprehensive list of resources for understanding and using Google Earth. The educational applications are abundant for all grade levels and subjects. Each link takes the user to a video … Continue reading

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Santa Visits Recipe for Time

Santa Claus dropped by with some excellent Web resources for all of us. Check it out! FOR ADMINISTRATORS: 5 Internet Technologies That School Administrators Need to Know About — Teachers will certainly follow when administrators “go first” and model effective … Continue reading

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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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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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The Needle in the Haystack Hides No More

Let’s imagine that you want to know more about the symbolism of the Conch in Lord of the Flies. You begin with Google and quickly find some sites. The problem is that once you open one of the sites, you … Continue reading

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RSS Stands For “Really Simple Syndication” — wait…er, what?

Sometimes the name just doesn’t say it all. Let me try to explain…. Imagine that you want to buy the best fresh vegetables in the county. You know seven great farms, but you do not know when their crops are … Continue reading

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Scanning from the Copier

Well….my first official post, and it’s about the most mundane thing….. Nevertheless, I recently worked with a teacher on scanning a document, and as we ran into snags, it occurred to me that perhaps some clear instruction could be helpful. … Continue reading

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