On May 9th 2015 I participated in the Hangout on Air education conference hosted by Google for Education. The two day event was filled with innovative educators from around the world presenting on many different topics. Here is my session: Rebranding Digital Citizenship Session Description: How do we teach our students to be connected citizens […]
YouTube for Kids launched this week on the iTunes and Google Play Stores. The app was released after much demand from parents and ECE educators. Have a look at my overview and review of the app taking into consideration some basic digital literacy recommendations when using the app with your children and/or students.
This post first appeared on FreeTech4Teachers September 16, 2014. The web is a powerful place filled with incredible free tools that allow us to consume, create, curate and connect. As Justin Reich (@bjfr) offers in thisEduSlam, when introducing your Chromebook, Google Chrome apps, or any other device to your students, all you need to focus on […]
Here is the scenario: you have access to shared carts or a few iPads but want to find an easy way to get your photos off the devices. You want to get those images off the iPad but don’t want to manually take the images and videos off the devices. Here is a solution for […]
Imagine having the opportunity to get a message out to thousands of people. A message that you feel passionate for, more than anything in the world. This weekend I had that opportunity. I attended ISTE and had the honour of presenting an ignite session. An Ignite session allows you to speak for five minutes, 20 slides […]