Recently I’ve had a great many students ask me about using PowerPoint for their presentations. While PowerPoint (or something similar) is okay in a pinch, why not explore something new and a tad more interesting? Here are just a few
On the heals of last weeks TED talk by Mike Rowe, I highly recommend taking a look at Seth Godin’s newly created manifesto about school and education. Feel free to blog about any of his ideas. I’ve send this out
A blogger/educator that I follow is Richard Byrne. He has great tips about everything, but I think his 11 Things You Should Know About Blogging post is highly relevant to all of my students. You are all bloggers now, and
Guy Kawasaki (Apple guru) gives some great tips for presentations:
Remember Sarah Kay’s wonderful TED talk? Yeah, she was amazing! Well, now one of her poems has been bound in a beautiful book with illustrations. It’s pretty inexpensive and would be a great Christmas gift! Even if you don’t buy
See that cute little print button that’s now at the bottom of each post ↓. That’s a cool little print and/or e-mail feature. Try it. Go ahead and click it. I dare you. Okay…silly, but might come in handy. I’ve
Much of the material I use in class that relates to essay writing comes from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s online writing center. I will be going over a great deal of it but there is a
I really like this post that give 4 Tips for Serious Bloggers. Most of you can’t do anything about your typography, but the others are worth noting, and it’s a quick read.