Note to My Blog Readers: I am now writing a weekly column for some local newspapers in my area. Two weeks after I post the article, I’m going to be running them on my blog so I can archive and share them further. If you want to know more about this column, check out my newspaper page. This will be one general interest technology column a week, but I’ll have a few extras I have to post to catch up…
There are 3,673 of them hidden within 30 miles of Pelham and at least 2,015 hidden within 30 miles of Camilla. They are on the river, they are hidden beside the road, one is even hidden near Debbie’s Restaurant, but unless you know how to find them, you’ll never know they are there.
Geocaching is a new outdoor hobby that combines technology and nature. Using Global Positioning Satellite (GPS)…
Lots of kids share flashcards for studying, here’s another way to create the cards but to do it TOGETHER. Cool.
Gamification in many parts of education is a sham. Listening to the researchers and experts in this area has convinced me of that. If you’re interested in making your classroom more intriguing and powerful, read on. We can do better.Who Is Shaping The Gamifying Education Conversation?
- In this week’s conversation with Australian Gamer and researcher Lauren Ferro we all went on a bit of a rant…