Category Archives: edtech

2012 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. I found it interesting so I thought if share-seems like lots of people found me searching for ideas for how to sub plan effectively. I’ll try to … Continue reading

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First post from my new iPad mini!

My husband is a computer programmer & lover of all things Apple. We are also dinks (double income, no kids). Therefore every time Apple releases a new product we pretty much become first-day adopters. This is how I find myself … Continue reading

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Dear World Language Educator, If you were on Twitter…

This Image links to a pretty great slideshow of websites and online tools available for language teachers. Although it was posted by a french teacher, keep in mind that a large number of language sites provide their content in Spanish … Continue reading

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Leadership Day 2010

This post is a response Scott McLeod’s call for teacher bloggers to write about the use of technology in the classroom, with the hope of helping each other & administrators to have a clearer understanding of how technology can make … Continue reading

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