Category Archives: Graduate Learning

Thirty Two Ways to Use Google in 50 Minutes

I recently viewed an online presentation titled “Google Apps in Classrooms and Schools: 32 Ways to Use Google Apps in 50 Minutes” It provides interesting examples of how Google Apps  can be used with students. While many in our district … Continue reading

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Daniel Pink: Drive

I am currently reading Daniel Pink’s latest book, Drive, and I am intrigued with the information he presents regarding motivation of professionals and how it runs contrary to what many believe, including those making decisions regarding education reform.  E. Matsuda, … Continue reading

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Thirty Two Ways to Use Google Apps in the Classroom

Google has a great site for ideas on how to use Google Apps in schools. Many of our teachers are already engaging their students in some of these activities and the responses from students are overwhelmingly positive. Take a look … Continue reading

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Terrific Internet Safety and Cyberbullying Presenation at Tech Expo

Today I had the opportunity to attend LHRIC’s Tech Expo. I will blog more later, but I would like to share resources from one of the best presentations I have seen in a few years. The presentation was done by … Continue reading

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Let’s Blog!

Two blogging sites we can explore are: www.wordpress.com www.edublogs.com

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The Opportunity to Teach!

I am fortunate to have the opportunity to teach a graduate course for The College of New Rochelle. The course is Application of Technology for Instructional Leaders and this is the last or next to last course requirement for this … Continue reading

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