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Category: Resource Round-Up

Blogging Buddies & Twitter Chats

As the school year wraps up, I try to reflect on what worked and what didn’t. This year, I made a huge effort to grow outside of my comfort zone; I needed to network. But where do you start? The education scene is FULL of amazing people doing incredible things, but as a teacher, it’s

Adobe Teacher Resources

If you’re a teacher who has to teach Adobe products, it can be pretty overwhelming. There used to be a real lack of education-level resources; everything was targeted at the professional designer. But as the popularity of Photoshop has risen from a niche job to a necessary skill, so have the resources for the classroom.

Snooze-Proof Professional Development

I’m going to assume that if you’re reading this, you’re probably tech-savvy. And if you’re tech-savvy, you probably get asked to pitch new technology to your co-workers pretty often. And we all know how much teachers LOVE professional development. Powerpoint presentations are my instant cure for insomnia, not to mention most of the content in

3D Printing in the Classroom

I was lucky enough to present at a regional tech conference here in the Houston area over the weekend. ¬†It’s a wonderful thing, when you can network with tech junkies such as yourself. I’ve found that within the school, we’re kind of like outsiders…. crazy, mumbling teachers whose classrooms are dark and scary, a series

Typing Teacher Round-Up

If you’re lucky enough to be assigned a computer lab, chances are you probably are going to get hit with a section or two of a typing class. At least, that’s been my experience here in the good ol’ state of Texas. I always found it incredibly ironic that they would allow *me* to teach

New Feature: Round-Up!

I’m adding a new feature to the site: Round-Ups are a collection of classroom ideas to help kickstart your creativity and add a little interest to your content. Sure, we’re all excited in the middle of July, but around the end of October we’ve pulled all those shiny new tricks out of the bag and