In my classroom, I, primarily, use my laptop and flatscreen during class time. I rarely use my phone or iPad. I use the flat screen as a projector, although it is interactive like a SmartBoard.
I use my laptop for almost everything else: organizin
In order to make my predictions about the future, I will consider my past.
I began my career as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Oklahoma (Boomer!). There was no technology involved. I taught Spanish using a textbook and a workboo
I struggled to write about this week's topic. I shouldn't have, as I try to find a balance with technology in my daily life as much as possible so reflecting on how I might do this in class with students should have been easy. I had this same proble
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In my previous post, I discussed the influence o
Balance is so important to me, something I try to find in all areas of my life: work and family, health, socializing, educational trends, and of course technology. I struggle with finding and keeping the balance of all these things daily.
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I am the first to admit that I struggle with balance when it comes to technology. I have an Iphone, Ipad and of
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Like many, I am guilty of not being balanced w