Tag Archives: bit by bit

Why We Teach Scratch

(note: this post is from an email exchange that I had with a colleague earlier this morning. She graciously allowed me to reprint her email Question and my reply. We hope others find the exchange beneficial.) Bob- I am working on … Continue reading

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I’m Back!

As you may have noticed, things have been pretty quiet on my blog this year. It wasn’t for lack of things to write/talk about, that’s for sure! However, I want to explain the “radio silence,” as I feel it’s my … Continue reading

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Get Ready for iTunes U for K12!

(cross-posted at TechLearning) Apple’s “trifold” announcement last week was exciting: textbooks coming to iBooks; iBooks Author software to create your own books; and a dedicated iTunes U app, which “bundles” courses in a manageable, multimedia package. If you haven’t watched the … Continue reading

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Overlooking the Obvious

(cross-posted at November Learning) “The only problem with school, for the kids who aren’t achieving, is that there isn’t enough of it.” Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell I’ve recently finished reading the outstanding book by Malcolm Gladwell, … Continue reading

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