Monthly Archives: January 2014

Bloom’s Taxonomy Learning in Action

I was sent this great graphic for Bloom’s Taxonomy and I wanted to share it with you!

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Free Elearning tool alert: iSpring Free PowerPoint to Flash Converter

Hey fellow techies! I found this great e-learning tool by iSpring. Spring Free is a quality product that performs PowerPoint to Flash conversion better than competitors who charge a fee. Learn more about here on their website iSpring. See how … Continue reading

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Are you ready for Web 2.0 and Mobile Media Classroom Integration at FETC 2014?

Hi fellow techies. Sorry. The weather had better plans for me! Look up and click the learning apps page and teacher resources page for apps.

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How to Upload a Video To YouTube from your Mobile Phone

Here is an easy way to keep your learners’ hands busy while you teach! You can allow them to record you teaching and upload it directly to your Youtube account. Safety… I know what you are thinking. You can set … Continue reading

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An easy way to check to see if the website is really down

How often do we hear a kid saying, “I can’t go to that website because it is down?” Tell them to hold they keystrokes and check this site: Down For Everyone or Just Me. This website is really easy to … Continue reading

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Free websites that could help boost teacher productivity and student achievement

Wouldn’t you like for schools to have access to every educational resource? Yes, I know you would but this little thing called a budget will not permit our dream to come true! Although we are faced in a budget crunch, … Continue reading

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