A Glogster Experience

In last month’s blog I was fresh off my ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) conference experience and shared some of my initial impressions of the conference. I have since moved beyond my stupefied phase, the desire to try every new tech tool I...

Using the iPod Touch to Develop Number Sense

I have the distinct pleasure of working with Bate Middle School in Danville, Kentucky with their iPod Touch Literacy Program. They are piloting for the second semester the use of iPods with middle school students to increase opportunities in classroom instruction to...

The Arts: A Unique Form of Communication

In my earlier post Why Support the Arts? I noted six points summarized from an article “Willingham: Six Practical Reasons Why Arts Education is Not a Mere Luxury” (Washington Post, November 23, 2009) by cognitive scientist Dan Willingham. Development...