Monthly Archives: June 2011

Got to give it up

Ending ISTE 2011 listening to Steve Hargadon speak on open source brought me home. Steve said 20 years ago at ISTE teachers used to swap disks and programs because that’s the way it was. I remember those days well. That … Continue reading

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One moment at a time

It is not hard to live through a day, if you can live through a moment. What creates despair is the imagination, which pretends there is a future, and insists on predicting millions of moments, thousands of days, and so … Continue reading

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The Last Day

Our final day at ISTE 2011 was as fulfilling as any of the previous three. My first session with Steve Hargadon and open source, open content and Web 2.0 was like taking a warm bath. I love open source and … Continue reading

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iPhone report

I must say after one month with the iPhone that it is an amazing device and worth owning. Nonetheless I really miss my Droid here in Philadelphia at the ISTE Conference because Androids maps and navigation beat iMap hands down. … Continue reading

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ISTE Day 2

Another great day at ISTE 2011. In the picture above are two of my colleagues. We had a great day and a great conference. My wife is a veteran of many conferences but this is her first ISTE Conference and … Continue reading

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ISTE Monday wrap-up

Wow, what a day! I have not absorbed all I saw today but I can tell you that I was exposed to a great deal. One of the things I learned more about was Scratch, an open source programming language … Continue reading

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Google Teacher

Once again Google demonstrates a commitment to education. I’m using my iPhone here at ISTE 2011 to live blog the event.

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