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Creating Digital Products

Goodbye Frank Shaffer circa 1985 you have been in our community long enough and your worksheets don’t grow dendrites. Teachers if I can give you any advice please don’t waste instructional time with run-offs from your favorite fill-in-the-blank workbook. I’m telling you now it may keep your kids quiet for a moment but it won’t … Continue reading

Technology Starts with the Teacher

By Barbara Sweet Do you remember using a cassette player, floppy disk, or having to hand crank the window of your car for it to go down? Did you own an encyclopedia and used it to do research? Our students can’t relate to any of these things. Most of them don’t know a world without … Continue reading

Perspectives of Online Learning: From The Classroom Walls to the Digital Space

By Mr. Jeffrey Holt: As with most things to do with education, online K-12 learning has both negative and positive perspectives. Certainly, for students who need credit recovery, live in remote locations, suffer from medical maladies, or need multiple representations of content, online learning can, and does, create lifelines to education and training. “Although online … Continue reading

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