Monthly Archives: May 2011

Nine Months of Pedal to the Medal

I was lucky enough to be able to collaborate with two co-workers to develop an Acceptable User Policy (AUP) for our school. It’s very fitting for us to work on an AUP at this point as we have had a … Continue reading

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HyperCool

I first noticed hyperlinks when a buddy of mine started a blog in early 2005. I noticed that some of the words in his blog, when clicked, would take you to a different website. I thought that it was the … Continue reading

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Responsible Use ≠ No Use

Bullying has gotten a lot of air time lately, and rightly so. I certainly don’t think this is a new phenomenon by any means but the way that technology is being used may have made what is going on more visible. It … Continue reading

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Hey That’s Mine!

I’ve found myself saying “Hey that’s mine!” a couple time over the years. Most people who know me know that I take a lot of photographs. Most of the time I take pictures for fun but a couple times I … Continue reading

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Twitter in the Kindergarten Classroom

Teaching at a small somewhat remote school can pose some interesting challenges. One of those challenges is bringing variety into our classroom. There are only so many ways to mix up grouping a class of 6 students. Even though my … Continue reading

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The See Through Shades of the Digital Window

Is there any privacy online? I think there is some, but not much. I actually think there is less than most people think. A quote from the very controversial Julian Assange: “Facebook in particular is the most appalling spying machine … Continue reading

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