Monthly Archives: October 2013

Action Research Project Literary Review

My Literature Review There are a number of resources that focus on effective technology integration in the classroom. Sun Associates is a company who works with schools, districts and state departments in the United States, and other educational organizations worldwide. … Continue reading

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My Twitter Handle

Hello Everybody! My Twitter handle is @MrP21C. All of the posts on my blog are automatically tweeted once they are published!

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Symbaloo

Check out my Symbaloo Page! This is a great way for teachers to manage and share their resources with students or colleagues. All the icons on the webmix you see have links to all kinds of resources! http://www.symbaloo.com/mix/teacherresources195

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Social Evolution MP3 Activity

Here are the questions for Module 3 in my Online Learning Course: 1.    Would you consider it rude to chat on your cell phone while checking out at the grocery store? 2.    Is it appropriate to text a friend when … Continue reading

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Ian Jukes Blog Review: 5 Modern Skills Teachers Need

The 5 Biggest Skills Modern Teachers Need Link Ian Jukes posted an article by Edudemic on his blog. He states that the five qualities that John Perkins, from Edudemic speaks about in this article are a must for teachers in … Continue reading

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Review on Ian Jukes’s Blog: Google Drive

Google Drive: A Better Method for Student Feedback Link This is one of Ian Jukes’ blog. The first thing he talks about is how Google Docs is now called Google Drive. He talks about how you can use Google Drive … Continue reading

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Review and Analysis: “Is Technology Answer to Education’s Problems?”

No Child Left Untableted Article Link Ian Jukes posted an article on his blog called “No Child Left Untableted” by Carlo Rotella. This article talks about 18 middle schools that received 15,450 tablets for both students and teachers, courtesy of Amplify, … Continue reading

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