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I recently had the pleasure of reading David Sax’s 2016 book The Revenge of Analog: Real Things and Why They Matter in which he explores recent movements away from the digital realm and towards high quality, analog experiences. His premise is impossible to deny. Two decades into the digital revolution…

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More than ever in today’s classrooms technology integration is redefining the learning process. Digital tools can be incorporated in a variety of ways- from games, online textbooks, videos, apps, web 2.0 tools, learning management systems (like Converge☺ )...the list goes on and on. But the end result is evident: digital…

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Today, I reflect on the moment I was approached by an administrator to be a pilot teacher for a 1:1 iPad initiative in my high school. I found myself anxiously awaiting the shiny new iPads that would be rolled into my room.  And came they did.  Now what?  What do…

The thought of Virtual Reality immediately sends my mind racing back to science fiction movies and tv shows like Star Trek.  Recently, companies such as Oculus, HTC and even Sony have been throwing their hat in this arena, trying to bring a fully immersive headset into your living room.  The…

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You can not be around education lately without hearing about the Maker Movement.  I am in love with many elements of the Maker Movement, partly because I have two young boys who are enthralled with creating- everything from legos to catapults.  They love technology and building things.  I was recently…

There are certain changes that we can not wait out.

Change(v):to become different. When I think of change I normally have two reactions- how much is it going to cost me(in the form of time, money, effort) and why do I need to change? Unlike most people, I love change. I am constantly thinking about what’s next. I get bored…

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