Author Archives: Linc Jackson

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Technology from the Heart… a follow up.

A year ago I blogged about teaching from the heart and was touched by many replies. This is a related train of thought…. Technology in education deserves constant attention because it has the ability to affect learning such important, positive … Continue reading

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Ready to Learn

My good friend and colleague commented the other day about a study that compared twins. He remarked about how much genetics plays a role in how we all develop our personalities. Not what we look like, but our personalities. And … Continue reading

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Success with Classroom Laptops

Thanks to …http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeanbaptistem Working at an international school in Indonesia, our English speaking students are learning to speak indonesian. The Indonesian teacher has asked for lots of support learning to use her new macbook pro. Also we have added some … Continue reading

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My Flipped Teaching

School trip photo by Linc Jackson   The great thing about being led by a friend is that you trust them to help you find your way. Today’s educators find themselves navigating through a difficult terrain and are expected to … Continue reading

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Genealogy Online to Teach Foriegn Language

As a technology integrator I have been fortunate enough to be asked by the foreign language teacher in my school to help her integrate technology into her classroom curriculum. In our last meeting I started by simply saying “what grade … Continue reading

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Technigration… Integrating Technology into Education

Pictures by Linc Jackosn In an interesting blog, Jeff Utecht, commented on being tired of hearing  of the term “Technology Integration.” Jeff’s complaint is right to the point and the term itself doesn’t really due justice to the goal of … Continue reading

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Technology Strategies in Education: Something Lost, Something Gained

Inspired by blog posts I have read over the past year, by not-so-gentle prodding from my graduate studies instructor, and by my experiences as a technology integrator in schools over the past twenty years, I have come to the conclusion that the … Continue reading

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Middle Grades Social Studies Web Page for Students

Middle Schoolers are wonderful. Their enthusiasm is remarkably contagious. Their appreciation for teachers who make the learning experience more than survival is worth every ounce of effort on any teachers part. My goal is to create a social studies web … Continue reading

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Teachers Imbedding Video in Blogger and Google Sites

In shear terms of impact on parents, not much can compare to seeing still shots or video of your son or daughter participating in learning at school. Teachers across the globe are being introduced to the power this brings to … Continue reading

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