Month: December 2015

The Windows Ecosystem: An Educator’s Guide

By Scott Sterling These days, you have many choices when you are adopting technology for the classroom. However, there are really only three categories from which everything else branches: Apple, Google, and Microsoft Windows. This is the final post of a series meant to cover the ins and outs, pros

The Google Ecosystem: An Educator’s Guide

By Scott Sterling These days, you have many choices when you are adopting technology for the classroom. However, there are really only three categories from which everything else branches: Apple, Google, and Microsoft Windows. This is the second post of a series meant to cover the ins and outs, pros

Which of These Celebrities Were Once Teachers?

We all know teachers are rock stars, but it’s also true that many rock stars, actors, inventors, and other famous people got their start as teachers. Can you guess which of the following celebrities once worked in classrooms? But Back to You. Teachers, your work is more valuable than words can

The Apple Ecosystem: An Educator’s Guide

By Scott Sterling These days, you have many choices when you are adopting technology for the classroom. However, there are really only three categories from which everything else branches: Apple, Google, and Microsoft Windows. This is the beginning of a series meant to cover the ins and outs, pros and

Teaching With Tablets: Best Practices for Using iPads in the Classroom

By Scott Sterling In just a few short years, iPads have become almost as ubiquitous in classrooms as whiteboards. Yet even though they’re incredibly popular, plenty of teachers still get lost in the idea of using them to impact student learning. In many cases, it’s kind of like handing someone